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INDEX 

PAGE 

Advertisements ...-..„....232-256 

Another Tear for God ........ 16 

Benevolent Institutions........46, 47 

Bequests, Form for . ...., 36 

Board Executives, New ....„... 51 

Calendar, Civil ..—---«..*--...— 4-15 

Chaplains, Our .......... 41 

Church Directory ............30-34 

Churches, Location of ...-...8 3-10 7 

Colors of Faraments and Vestments .. 3 

Congregations, Statistical Tables of ......144-231 

Deceased Ministers .......36, 37-40 

Directory, Church ........30-34 

Educational Institutions, Statistics of .-... 45 

Emphases, Denominational, and Special Days... 2 

Evangelism, Facing the Facts in ..,... 27-29 

Feasts, Movable ------*__ 2 

Foreword ...........:. 2 

Golden Anniversary Roll ..... r ...... 44 

Homes for the Aged .... -. 47 

Hospitals ........ 46 

Life Enlistment ......... 5U 

Location of Churches . —.. 83-107 

Map: Synods of the Church .... 103 

Map: Synods of Pennsylvania ...... 109 

Membership Growth, Analysis of ....... 48 

Ministers, Register of ...-...52-82 

Ministry, Students for the ..... 60 

Missionaries, Names and Stations of.......42, 43 

Necrology Record ........36* 37-40 

Ordi nations ........» — ...3 5,36 

Orphanages ......................... 46 

Our Church Answers the Call ...--—...— ......17-21 

Presidents, New, of Synods ............110, 111 

Publishing Houses, Denominational .-...... 43 

Register of Ministers........62-82 

Rosters of Synods ..............112-141 

Special Days, Denominational Emphases and ... 2 

Statistics, Tabular, of Congregations ___._....144-231 

Statistics: Educational Institutions ... 45 

Statistics: Homes, Hospitals and Orphanages....46, 47 

Statistics: Membership Growth . 48 

Statistics: Summaries by Synods ....,.142,143 

Statistics: United Stewardship Council, 1945 .. 49 

Students for the Ministry ... 50 

Synods, Maps of the .....—........108,109 

Synods, New Presidents of .....—..„_.110, 111 

Synods, Rosters of the .......112-141 

Union, Proposed, with Congregational Christian Churches „..„25, 26 

United Stewardship Council, 1945 49 

United Stewardship Enlistment 22-24 


































































































YEAR BOOK 



^toangelical and 'Reformed Church 


FOR THE YEAR 


1947 


Containing Statistics for the Year 1945 

Combining the Year Book and Almanac of the 
Reformed Church in the United States published from 
1864 to 1934, the Evangelical Year Book published by 
the Evangelical Synod of North America from 1911 to 
1934, the Year Book and Almanac published by the 
Evangelical and Reformed Church from 1935 to 1944, 
and the book of Statistical Tables of the congregation 
issued periodically from 1935 to 19-1£. 

Published by the Board of Business Management 
of the Evangelical and Reformed Church 


DISTRIBUTORS 


Central Publishing House* £969 W, 25th St., Cleveiand 13, Ohio. 
Eden Publishing House, 1720 Chouteau Ave., St. Louis 3* Mo, 
Heidelberg Press, Scbaff Bldg., 1505 Race St,, Philadelphia 2, Pa. 


Editor 

Rev, W* Sherman Kcrschner 









FOREWORD 

T HE Board of Business Management and the Committee on the Year Book 
are pleased to present the 1947 edition of the Year Book to a watting Church 
with their cordial greetings. Every effort has been put forth by the editor and 
the many contributors, by the advertisers and the Eden Publishing House, 
printers, to make the book available earlier than in former years and their 
efforts have been crowned with a measure of success. May it be cordially wel¬ 
comed and well received by the offices, institutions and agencies of the Church, 
in the more than 2800 congregations, and in the homes of our almost 700,000 
members! As a compendium of ready and worthwhile information and as a 
record of the growth and development of the Church during the year 1845, the 
Year Book should be regarded as one of the indispeusables by all who have the 
welfare of the Kingdom at heart. 

An alphabetical Index to the contents will be found on the inside of the front 
cover. Grateful mention is again made of the splendid cooperation of our ad¬ 
vertisers. The appeals of our Church-related institutions, and the list of com¬ 
mercial concerns, which will serve as a convenient "buyers 1 guide,*' are most 
heartily commended to everyone. THE COMMITTEE 


MOVABLE FESTIVALS — 1947-1957 


Year 

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Sunday 

In Advent 

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Feb, 19 

Apr* 6 

May 15 

May 25 

25 

Nov. 30 

1948 

Feb. 11 1 

Mar, 28 

May 6 

May 16 

26 

Nov. 28 

1949 

Mar. 2 

Apr. 17 

May 26 

June 5 

23 

Nov* 27 

1950 

Feb. 22 

Apr, 9 

May 18 

May 28 

25 

Dec, 3 

1951 

Feb. 7 

Mar. 25 

May 3 

May 13 

27 

Dec, 2 

1952 

Feb* 27 

Apr* 13 

May 22 

June 1 

24 

Nov. 30 

1953 

Feb. 18 

Apr* 5 

May 14 

May 24 

25 

Nov. 29 

1954 

Mar* 3 

Apr. 18 

May 27 

June 6 

23 

Nov, 28 

1955 

Feb* 23 

Apr* 10 

May 19 

May 29 

24 

Nov* 27 

1956 

Feb* 15 

Apr. 1 

May 10 

May 20 

26 

Dec. 2 

1957 

Mar* 6 

Apr. 21 

May 30 

June 9 

23 

Dec. 1 


DENOMINATIONAL EMPHASES AND SPECIAL DAYS — 1947 

International Missions: The month of January, with International Missions 
Sunday on January 5. 

Stetoardship: January 1 to March 15. 

Evangelism: The Season of Lent, February 19 to March 30. 

Ministerial Pensions and Relief; The month of September, 

Religious Education Weejc: September 28 to October 5. 

National Missions: The month of October, with National Missions Sunday on 
October 20. 

Kingdom Roll Call: November 16 to December 7. 

May 11: Festival of the Christian Home, 

June 1: Higher Education Sunday, 

October 5: World-wide Communion Sunday. 

November 23: Memorial Sunday (Totenfest). 

December 14: Universal Bible Sunday* 



















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THE COLORS OF THE PARAMENTS AND VESTMENTS FOR THE 
SUNDAYS AND FESTIVALS OF THE CHURCH YEAR 

lori’i Bay 


Color 

January 

5—The Second Sunday after Christmas_..... 


...White 

6—The Epiphany of our Lord..... 


White 


12—The First Sunday after the Epiphany,.* 


...White 


19-—The Second Sunday after the Epiphany._ 


.White 


26—The Last Sunday after the Epiphany’ 

The Transfiguration of our Lord.—..** **♦*♦*,, 


—White 

February 

2—Septuagcsima Sunday ...*.— ... 


Violet 

9—gesiina S 11 nda. v .... 


Violet 


16—Quinquagesima Sunday ... . 


...Violet 


19-—The First Day of Lent (Ash Wednesday) 


Violet 


23 —The First Sunday in Lent( Xnvocavit) 


—Violet 

March 

2 —The Second Sunday in Lent (Reminiscere) 

9 —xhe Third Sunday in Lent (0cull).—******** 

* 

Violet 


Violet 


16—The Fourth Sunday In Lent (Laetare).* 


Violet 


23—The Fifth Sunday In Lent (Jtidlca) 
Passion Sunday ***,.—,..*__ 


...Violet 


30—The Sixth Sunday in Lent (Palm arum) 
Palm Sunday .... .* . 


...Violet 

April 

3 —Maundy Thursday ........ 


Viol At 

4—Good Friday __ T ...... 

.........Black, or na 


6—Easter Day 

The Resurrection of our Lord—.—.. 

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-White 


13-—The First Sunday after Easter.. 


White 


20—The Second Sunday after Easter. 


White 


27—The Third Sunday after Easter.—*,—*—„. 


...White 

May 

4—The Fourth Sunday after Easter..,*.-— 

11—Th* Fifth Sunday after Faster..... 

-*-—-- 

...White 

...White 


15—Ascension Day _ .-. TrL -., _ 


..White 

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13 —The Sunday after the Ascension...**.. 


White 


25^-Whitsunday—The Festival of Pentecost**.,, 

_fted or White 

June 

1—Trinity Sunday 

The Festival of the Holy Trinity*—. 


White 


6—The First Sunday after Trinity... 


iri Gr*^ni 


15—The Second Sunday after Trinity— 

22—The Third Sunday after Trinity.—.——,*„ 

- **—*—* - 

^ Green 
...Green 


29—The Fourth Sunday after Trinity.—*,*—***—.—****,..*,—**.——.—-.._Green 


July 


August 


6—The Filth Sunday after Trinity——***—.***—. —... _....Green 

13—The Sixth Sunday after Trinity.*——_—_____Green 

£0—The Seventh Sunday after Trinfty.....——-♦♦Green 

27—The Eighth Sunday after Trinity. 


3—The Ninth Sunday after Trinity.*—.*—*.—,— * ........ Green 

10^“The Tenth Sunday after Trinity.—*****..*.........— ___Green 

17—The Eleventh Sunday after Trinity.— ..*— ..Green 

£4—The Twelfth Sunday after Trinity, ..*___—___.....Green 

31*—The Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity *..**..... .—.Green 


September 7—The 14th Sunday after Trinity.*—*.**,**———Green 

14—The 16th Sunday after Trimly.******,****...**.—...—.Green 

21—The 16th Sunday after Trinity....—.........Green 

36—The 17 th Sunday after Trinity..**.....,—*-Green 

October 6—The 16th Sunday after Trinity—****,———********._Green 

12—The 19 th Sunday after Trinity___*_*_Green 

19—The 20 th Sunday after Trinity..—*.*—.Green 

26—The 21 at Sunday after Trinity.—.*----..Green 

The Festival of the Reformation.——— ---Bed 

November 2—The 22nd Sunday after Trinity ..,—-*—......Green 

9 —The 23rd Sunday after Trinity——*—....Green 

16—The 24th Sunday after Trinity.*....*-—Green 

26—The Last Sunday after Trinity...*—..............—-- —& -—...Green 

Memorial Sunday —_* *.—— _..White or Black 

30—The First Sunday in Advent-- -— - — ...* —— Violet 


December 7—The Second Sunday in Advent.—**-—-*—-,—.—Violet 

14—The Third Sunday in Advent— v ..—*-— --Violet 

21—The Fourth Sunday in Advent-——,-**Vtolet 

25— Christmas Day ...*.**.****—-.——.-.........White 

26— The First Sunday after Christmas*.........White 


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First Month 


JANUARY, 1947 


31 Days 




Daily Bible 
Lesson 


DENOMINATIONAL EMPHASIS 
January: International Missions 

“For he is our peace, ke who has made both of us a unity and 
destroyed the barrier which kept us apartf* 


Psalm 103 
Isa. 13: 6-22 
Isa. 14: 3*20 
Isa, 24:1-6 


In its international mission, the Church faces an unparalleled 
opportunity today in the midst of great destruction and much 
hopelessness. But it does not face it alone, for the Christ whom 
it would share with others, must be its own source of strength 
and vision. 


1] The Second Sunday after 
Christmas 


1 Peter 4: 12-19 
Matthew 2:13-23 


James 4:13, 17 
Matthew 16:1-4 


S| 51Psalm 67 


I 


The Epiphany of Our Lord 


Isaiah 60 : 1-6 
Matthew 2: 1-12 


2 Cor. 4 : 3-6 
Matthew 3: 13-17 


M 

6 

Psalm 97 

T 

7 

Isa. 26:1-16 

W 

8 

Isa. 31:1-7 

T 

9 

Isa. 33:5-10 

F 

10 

Isa. 35 

S 

11 

Isa. 38:1-20 


There are two trends within the many branches of the Church 
today. The first is toward a new unity amidst different religious 
organizations and personal points of view. The second trend is 
one of surmounting the geographical, racial, and national 
barriers that have divided humanity in its spiritual life. It 
dare not be otherwise “for He has made both of us a unity, 
and destroyed the barriers which kept us apart.” 


2] The First Sunday after 
the Epiphany 


Romans 12: 1-5 
Luke 2; 41-52 


2 Cor. 6:14-7:1 
1 John 1;35-42 


s 

12 

Psalm 72 

M 

13 

Isa. 40:1-17 

T 

14 

Isa. .40: 18-31 

W 

15 

Isa. 42: 1-16 

T 

16 

Isa. 43:1-12 

F 

17 

Isa. 45:5-25 

S 

18 

Isa. 49: 1-23 


Let us here record with humble praise the words of our fellow 
Christians in Japan as proclaimed last Pentecost Sunday: “We. 
the people of Japan, fed deeply responsible for this great war 
just ended. Especially l^e* who profess the Gospel of Peace, 
do express our profound reflection, confession, and repentance. 
We believe, however, our Heavenly Father of infinite love and 
forgiveness will grant us grace to find a new way of life and 
the renewal of faith ” 


3] The Second Sunday after 
the Epiphany 


Romans 12 : 6-16 
John 2 : 1-11 


1 Cor. 2 :6-16 
John 1: 43-51 


s 

19 

Psalm 47 

u 

20 

Isa. 50: 4*10 

T 

21 

Isa. 51: 1-16 

rc 

22 

Isa. 52:1-10 

T 

23 

Isa, 53 

F 

24 

Isa. 55 

s 

25 

Isa. 58:8*14 


In the light of the Cross, these same noble Christians con¬ 
tinued to declare that “ thro ugh the consolidation of all Chris¬ 
tian forces in Japan, and taking upon ourselves the burden 
and agony of our war-stricken compatriots, we have firmly 
resolved to give ourselves in service to them by sharing their 
hunger* their bewilderment and their sorrow-, and to give them 
hope, faith, and love in Christ.” 


4] The Last Sunday 
after the Epiphany 
The Tran sfigu rat ion 
of Our Lord 


2 Peter 1:16-21 
Matthew 1 17:1-9 


t Cor. 3 :12-1S 
John 5:39-47 


5 

26 

Psalm 27 

U 

27 

Isa. 59:1-18 

T 

28 

Isa. 60: 1-7 

W 

29 

Isa. 61:1-9 

T 

30 

Isa. 64 

F 

31 

Isa. 66:1-14 


The history of our times is rich in examples of great faith and 
devotion by Christ's disciples in the “younger churches” of 
many lands. These persons are literally the spiritual offspring 
cf our missionaries, past and present. We thank God with joy 
for their witness to the saving power of Christ in lands so 
deserving of an adequate witness. 


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Second Month 


FEBRUARY. 1947 


28 Days 


Days 


Daily Bible 

Lesson 


DENOMINATIONAL EMPHASIS 
February: Christian Stewardship 

“According as each hath received a gift, ministering it among 
yourselves , as good stewards of the manifold grace of God.' 9 


S 1 John 1:19-34 


The love of Christ is the motive for Christian Stewardship. 


5] Septuagesima Sunday 


1 Cor. 9 : 24-10: 5 
Matthew 20: 1-16 


Phil. 1:27-2:4 
Luke 10:28-42 


s 

2 

Psalm 20 

M 

3 

John 1:35-51 

T 

4 

John 2: M2 

W 

5 

John 2:13-25 

T 

6 

John 3:1-21 

F 

7 

John 3: 23-36 

$ 

8 

John 4:1-42 


When a person accepts Christ’s death as God's atonement for 
his sin, there must he a definite change in his attitude to all 
of life, if his faith rs real Thenceforth he thinks of himself 
as Christ's steward. He does not completely possess any of the 
benefits of the cross until he shares them. What he does not 
use, he loses. He is more concerned with making a life than 
a living. He and all he has are God’s in Christ, 


6 ] Sexage %i m a Sunday 


2 Cor. 11: 19-12 : 9 
Luke S: 4-15 


Phil. 1:2-21 
John 11:20-27 


s 

9 

Psalm 71 

u 

10 

John 4:43-54 . 

T 

11 

Malt. 4:12-25 

w 

12 

John 5:1-29 

T 

13 

John 5: 30-47 

F 

14 

Matt. 5: 1-16 

S 

15 

Matt. 5:17-26 


In the life of every Christian* all real spiritual progress is 
determined by the degree of his willingness to crown Jesus 
Lord of his time, talents and possessions and to render to God 
a faithful Stewardship of the life God has entrusted to him. 
A person may give of his gifts without giving himself, but no 
man can give himself to God without also dedicating to God 
w hat he has. He has only what he thus gives. 


7] Quinquagesima Sunday 


1 Cor, 13: 1-13 
Luke IS:31-43 


1 Cor, 1:21*31 
Mark 10:35-45 


Psalm 19 
Matt 5: 27-37 
Matt 5:3848 


It is the Protestant's belief that salvation is by faith, a gift of 
the grace of God. It cannot he earned by man; Jesus achieved 
it. After man lays hold on it by faith, his entire attitude will 


The First Day of Lent 
(Ash Wednesday) 


Joel 2:12*19 
Matthew 6: 16-21 


w 

19 

Psalm 51 

T 

20 

Matt 6:1-15 

F 

21 

Matt. 7: 1-6 

S 

22 

Matt 7:7*12 


be one of gratitude. He will vrorship with the regularity that 
defies the elements; he will give generously to the support of 
the Kingdom; and he will seek continuously to win others to 
Christ. His response is Stewardship! 


8] The First Sunday in Lent 
(Invocavit) 


2 Cor. 6: 1-10 
Matthew 4; 1-11 


Hebrew's 4:15,, 16 
Matthew" 16 : 21-26 


S 

23 

Psalm 62 

U 

24 

Matt. 7:13-23 

T 

25 

Matt. 7:24-29 

W 

26 

Matt. 8:5-13 

T 

27 

Matt. 11:2-19 

F 

28 

Matt. 11: 20-30 


The United Stewardship Enlistment next month aims at renew¬ 
ing, by all the members of the Evangelical and Reformed 
Church, the promises made by them when they knell at the 
altar for confirmation. Then and there they assumed respon¬ 
sibility, a neglect of which imperils their Christianity. Help 
yourself to a revitalized Church through this Stewardship 
Enlistment. 


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Third Month 

MARCH, 1947 31D °» 

Days 


DENOMINATIONAL EMPHASIS 


Daily Bible 

March: Evangelism 


Lesson 

11 Neither is there any other Name under heaven that is given 
among men f wherein we must be saved * 7 

si 1 

Matt, 12:10-21 

u And Ye Shall Be My Witnesses” 


9] The Second Sunday in Lent 
(Reminiscere) 


1 Thess. 4: 1-7 
Matthew 15: 21-28 


1 John 2; 12-17 
Luke 10: 17-20 


S 

2 

Psalm 32 

M 

3 

Matt. 12:46-50 

T 

4 

Matt. 13:24-30 

W 

5 

Malt. 13:31-43 

T 

6 

Matt. 13:44-53 

F 

7 

Matt. 8:18-27 

S 

8 

Matt 9: 10-17 


This was the parting charge Jesus gave to his followers. They 
had been associated with him for many months and had come 
to know him as Saviour and Lord, The main objective of his 
mission on earth was to bring men into a saving relationship 
to God. His objective now was to become the consuming 
passion of his followers. To win converts to Christ is the essen¬ 
tial task of the Christian mission. 


10] The Third Sunday in Lent Ephesians 5 : 1-9 

Luke 11:14-36 


1 Peter 1:13-16 
Luke 9; 51-56 


s 

9 

Psalm 34 

u 

10 

Matt. 9:18-26 

T 

11 

Matt. 9: 32-38 

ff 

12 

Matt. 10:1-15 

T 

13 

Matt. 10:16-42 

F 

14 

Matt. 14: 3-12 

S 

15 

Matt 14:13-21 


To be a witness is to bear faithful testimony to that which 
one has seen, heaid, or experienced. We say that we know 
Christ; we have experienced his redeeming grace, and found 
in him the way, the truth and the life. He has become for m 
the supreme reality of our existence here, and our certain hope 
of immortality hereafter. It is for us to share this “good news" 
with friends and neighbors,—to bring and introduce others lo 
Jesus. ; • 


11] The Fourth Sunday in Lent Romans 5 : 1*11 
(Laetare) John 6: 1-15 


2 Cor, 7: 4*10 
John 6:47-57 


16 

Psalm 116 

17 

Matt. 14:22-36 

18 

John 6:15-21 

19 

Matt. 15:1-20 

20 

Matt. 15:32-16:4 

21 

Matt. 16:5-12 

22 

Matt. 16:13-20 


The early Christians were aggressive evangelists. They went 
out into the highways and byways, and courageously bore 
testimony by word and deed and life to the faith they pos¬ 
sessed, Is there any record in our lives of a deep concern for 
lost people everywhere comparable to that which drove those 
early Christians out to belt the world with the Gospel? Dare 
we withhold the knowledge of the Great Physician and Saviour 
of men from those who desperately need him? 


12] The Fifth Sunday in Lent 
Passion Sunday (Judica) 


Hebrews 9 ; 11-15 
John 8:46-59' 


1 Peter 1: 17-25 
John 13: 31-35 


$ 

23 

Psalm 43 

u 

24 

Matt 17:1-13 

T 

25 

Matt. 17:14-20 

W 

26 

Matt. 17:22-27 

T 

27 

Matt. 18:1-20 

F 

28 

Matt. 18:21-35 

S 

29 

John 7:2-10 


Several things will result from onr faithful witnessing. New 
converts will be won to Christ and Hb Church. Our own faith 
will become more meaningful to us and our lives spiritually 
enriched. The Church will become an influence for righteous¬ 
ness, and the moral and spiritual tone of the community lifted 
to new heights. Above all, we shall become channels for the 
release of God’s power unto the regeneration and redemption 
of humanity. 


13] The Sixth Sunday in Lent phii. 2 : 5-11 
Palm Sunday (Palmartim) Matthew 21 : 


1-9 


Hebrews 12:1-6 
John 12: 1-8 


301 Psalm 24 
31fJofm 12:12-19 


Jesus is counting on his followers to 
saving grace known to men. 


make Him and His 































Fourth Month 


APRIL, 1947 


30 Days 


Days 


Daily Bible 

Lesson 


DENOMINATIONAL EMPHASIS 
April: Faith Triumphant 

'And 1 give unto them eternal life: and they shall never perish, 
and no one shall snatch them out of my hand ',** 


John 12: 24-43 

John 13:1-15 
Matt. 26: 2646 


After serving two years in the trenches in World War I, 
Major Ralph Connor declared that he 
Maundy Thursday never met a man who did not believe 


Good Friday 

The Crucifixion of our Lord 


Isaiah 52:13-53 : 13 
John IS: 1-19:42 


Psalm 22 
Matt 27:57-66 


in immortality. Through the ages there has been an almost 
universal conviction in the minds of men that death is not 


14] Easter Day 

The Resurrection 
of Our Lord 


1 Cor. 5: 6-S 
Mark 16 :1-S 


1 Cor. 15 : 12-20 
Matthew 23: 1-10 


s 

6 

Psalm 118:14-24 

u 

7 

John 20:11-18 

T 

8 

John 20:19-31 

w 

9 

John 8: Ml 

T 

10 

John 8:12-32 

F 

11 

John 9:1-41 

S 

12 

Matt. 19:3-15 


the end. “God hath set eternity in our hearts.” 

A recent poll revealed that a very large percentage of the 
American people believe in a future life. The fact that every 
church is well attended on Easter morning is convincing evi¬ 
dence of present day faith in this very important doctrine of 
Christian theology—“I believe in the life everlasting.” Faith 
in the risen Lord has transformed the lives of millions. By 
faith they live not for the things of this world, but for things 


15] The First Sunday after 
E a ster (Quasi mo dogeni ti) 


1 John 5: 4-12 
John 20:19-31 


1 Peter 1: 3-9 
John 21:15-19 


s 

13 

Psalm 66 

M 

14 

John 11:47-54 

T 

15 

Matt. 19:16-22 

W 

16 

Matt. 19:23-30 

T 

17 

Matt. 20: 20-29 

F 

18 

Matt. 20: 30-34 

S 

19 

Matt. 26: 6-13 


unseen and eternal. 

Easter commemorates the greatest event of all time—the resur¬ 
rection of Jesus Christ from the dead. Scripture affirms that 
He was seen by Peter, by the twelve, by 500 brethren at once, 
by James, by all the apostles, and by Paul, However, the 
greatest proof of the Resurrection is not in the Bible, valuable 
and convincing as that record is. The greatest proof of the 
Resurrection is the fact that He lives in us today, in our hearts. 


16] The Second Sunday after 
Easter (Misericordias 


1 Peter 2: 21-25 
John 10:11-16 


Ephesians 1; 16-23 
John 14:1-6 


s 

20 

Psalm 23 

M 

21 

John 12:1-8 

T 

22 

Matt. 21:12-27 

rc 

23 

Matt. 21:28-32 

T 

24 

Matt. 21:33-46 

F 

25 

Malt. 22:1-14 

S 

26 

Matt. 22:15-22 


Christian believers of the more mystical type through the 
centuries have found Christ walking beside them. They have 
felt the touch of his hand, and have heard the sound of his 
voice. They have submitted to his guidance, his reproof, his 
challenge. Confident of his presence, they have cried, “My 
Lord, and my God,” Seeing him who is invisible, they have 
lived a truly triumphant life, a radiant life, a life which death 
cannot destroy. 


17] The Third Sunday after 
Easter (Jubilate) 


1 Peter 2: 11-17 
John 16 : 16-23 


1 John 4:9-14 
John 12:20-26 


s 

27 

Psalm 138 

M 

28 

Matt. 22:23-33 

T 

29 

Matt. 22: 34-40 

W 

30 

Matt. 22:41-46 


Easter is the day of all the year the best. It is the day of the 
empty cross, not the day of the crucifix. “He is not here, he 
is risen. Why seek ye the living among the dead?” God hath 
given us the victory through Christ. 


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Fifth Month 


MAY, 1947 


31 Days 


Days 

I 

£ 


Daily Bible 
Lesson 


DENOMINATIONAL EMPHASIS 
May: Family Life 

"As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord .** 


Matt 23:1-12 
Matt. 23: 13-22 
Matt 23:23-39 


The home meets the fundamental material needs and comforts. 
The ideal home, however, is more than a place where physical 
necessities are provided . It is a haven of happy companions hip. 


18] The Fourth Sunday after James 1 : 16-21 
Easier (Canlate) Jolm 16; 3 ' 1S 


•> Timothy 2 : 8-13 
John 6: 60-69 


s 

4 

Psalm 98 

M 

5 

John 12:37-50 

T 

6 

Matt 24:1-14 

W 

7 

Matt 24:15-31 

T 

8 

Matt. 24: 32-51 

F 

9 

Matt 25:1-13 

S 

10 

Matt 25:14-30 


The ideal home is a training center, where parents encourage 
their children, by precept and example, to be honest, kind, 
truthful, tolerant, and loving toward their fellow men. The 
ideal home is a Christian home, where God is honored and 
worshipped, where Christ is recognized as the head of the 
family, ’The unseen guest at every meal, the silent listener to 
every conversation.*’ In a Christian home the spirit of Christ 
prevails in all relationships, \ 


19] The Fifth Sunday after 
Easter (Rogate) 


Jfimes l 
John 16 


:22-27 

23-30 


1 Timothy 2 ; 
Luke 11: 5-13 


s 

u 

Psalm 65 

M 

12 

Matt 25: 31-46 

T 

13; 

Matt. 26:1-5 

W 

14 

John 13:1-17 


Juvenile delinquency is almost unknown in families where 
parents are active in the church, A juvenile court judge said 
that 85% of the young people brought before him could have 
been spared the humiliation and disgrace if their fathers and 
mothers had safe guarded them with a reasonable amount of 


Ascension Day Acta i:i-n 

The Ascension of Our Lord Mark 16:14 " 20 


Day of Prayer 
for Missions 


Psalm 96 
Matt. 26:17-25 
John 13: 31-38 


affectionate companionship. Religious instruction and moral 
training are indispensable for the spiritual growth and future 
happiness of children. 


20] The Sunday after the 
Ascension (Exaudi) 


1 Peter 4:7-11 
John 15:26-16: 4 


Ephesians 1 : 16-23 
John 7:33-39 


s 

18 

Psalm 42 

M 

19 

John 17: 

1-26 

T 

20 

Matt. 26: 

: 47-56 

W 

21 

John 18: 

13-27 

T 

22 

Matt 26: 

57-75 

F 

23 

Matt 27: 

11-14 

S 

24 

Matt 27: 

15-30 


In order that the tremendous tasks which face our nation may 
be solved, men and women who know God will be needed in 
the years which lie ahead. We shall need great souls possess¬ 
ing high ideals. The qualities which the world will demand 
of our future leaders cannot be developed by the schools, Boy 
Scouts. Y.M.C.A., or even by the Church alone The coopera¬ 
tion of the home is absolutely necessary if Christian attitudes 
are to be developed. 


21] Whitsunday 

The Festival of Pentecost 


Acts 2: 1-13 
John 1 i: 23-31 


Ephesians 2: 10-22 
John 14: 15-21 


Psalm 104 
Matt. 27: 3-10 
Matt. 27:31-56 
John 20: 1-10 
Matt. 28:11-15 
John 21:1-14 
Matt. 28:16-20 


Mother’s Day, or the Festival of the Christian Home, serves 
a most useful purpose also in calling the attention of children 
to their duties toward their parents. They owe their parents 
obedience and honor. They should respect the opinions of their 
parents-, who have experienced more of life, and therefore have 
a better understanding of life's problems. In honoring mother, 
we follow ibe example of our Lord, who said to John, “Son, 
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Sixth Month 


JUNE, 1947 


30 Daye 


Days 


Daily Bible 
Lesson 


DENOMINATIONAL EMPHASIS 
June; Christian Education 

y came that they may have life , and have it abundantly ” 
“Speaking the truth in love , we are to grow up in every way 
into him who is the head , even Christ” 


22] Trinity Sunday 

The Festival of the 
Holy Trinity 


Romans 11: 33-36 
John 3 i 1-la 


Ephesians 1: 3-14 
Matthew 28 : 18-20 


s 

i 

Psalm 99 

M 

2 

1 Cor. 1:1-31 

T 

3 

1 Cor. 2 

W 

4 

1 Cor. 3:1-17 

T 

5 

1 Cor. 3:18-4: 5 

F 

6 

1 Cor. 4: 6-21 

S 

7 

1 Cor. 5 


According to Charles Clayton Morrison, any religion that 
offers itself as an adequate faith for mankind in an atomic 
age must pass three tests: U) It must possess the resources 
For creating world community. (2) It must be able to live 
side by side with science in mutual understanding and respect. 
(3) It must have a sound view of man and of man’s nature. 
Christianity, adds Mr. Morrison, meets all three tests. 


23] The First Sunday 
after Trinity 


1 John 4:16-21 
Luke 16:10-31 


Acts 4 : 32-35 
Matthew 13:31-35 


s 

8 

Psalm 73 

M 

9 

1 Cor. 6:1-11 

T 

10 

1 Cor. 7:1-17 

W 

11 

1 Cor. 8 

T 

12 

1 Cor. 9: 1-14 

F 

13 

1 Cor. 9: 24-27 

S 

14 

1 Cor. 10:1-13 


-t Go ye into all the world . * * has become an actuality which 
anyone can observe. The world church is the one great fact 
of our time. “Ye shall know' the truth, and the truth shall 
make you free’* is a command of our Lord that makes real 
scientific progress an ally of the Christian faith, “Ye are all 
sons of God through faith in Christ Jesus' 1 does not deny 
man's sinfulness, hut points to his divine possibilities. 


24] The Second Sunday 
after Trinity 


1 John 3 : 13-1S 
Luke 14: 16-24 


Romans 10: 1*15 
Matthew &: 9-13 


s 

15 

Psalm 11 

M 

16 

1 Cor. 10:14-22 

T 

17 

1 Co. 10:23-11:1 

W 

18 

1 Cor. 11:23-32 

T 

19 

1 Cor. 12: 1-11 

F 

20 

1 Cor. 12: 12-31 

S 

21 

1 Cor. 13 


It is the task of Christian education to help our boys and girls, 
our men and our women become aware of the adequacy of 
the Christian faith for our time. This is no time to cut corners 
in our program of Christian education. It is a time, rather, to 
venture forth w : ith new vision and new courage into new areas 
of endeavor Thus shall the faith which made our fathers 
strong become for us a certain confidence. 


25 ] The Third Sunday 
after Trinity 


1 Peter 5: 6-11 
Luke 15:1-10 


Acts 3:1-16 
Luke 15:11-32 


s 

22 

Psalm 112 

M 

23 

1 Cor. 14:1-12 

T 

24 

1 Cor. 14:13-25 

W 

25 

1 Cor. 15:1-11 

T 

26 

1 Cor. 15:12-19 

F 

27 

1 Cor. 15:20-34 

S 

28 

1 Cor. 15: 35-58 


The unwillingness of man to develop fully his spiritual poten¬ 
tialities is one of the great problems that Christian educators 
face, for it is in the area of spiritual values that man has his 
most unique contribution to make. Imagine what a different 
w'orld this would be if the 600 million Christians in it would 
actually try to learn what is involved in living the Christian 
life! Christian education is vitally concerned about achieving 
this objective. 


26] The Fourth Sunday 
after Trinity 


Romans 8:18-23 
Luke 6:36-42 


Acts 4:1-12 
Matthew 5:13-16 


s 

29 

Psalm 91 

“Let us not grow weary in w T ell-domg, for in due season we 

M 

30 

1 Cor. 16:1-14 

shall reap, if we do not lose heart. 


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Seventh Month 


31 Days 


JULY, 1947 


Days 


Daily Bible 
Lesson 


DENOMINATIONAL EMPHASIS 
Julyt Christian Citizenship 

‘Render unto Caesar the things that are Caesars, and unto 
God the things that are God's ” 


2 Cor. 

2 Cor. 
2 Cor. 
2 Cor, 
2 Cor, 


1-6 

1-10 


The Christian has a definite duty and responsibility toward 
the nation, as well as toward God, He will strive earnestly 
to be a good citizen, by being obedient to the laws, and by 
taking a genuine interest in political affairs. By faithfulness 
at the polls from time to time he will help to promote good 
government. 


27] The Fifth Sunday 
after Trinity 


1 Peter 3 : S-15 
Duke 5: 1-11 


Acta 5:34-42 
Luke 9: 18-26 


s 

6 

realm 121 

M 

7 

2 Cor. 6:1-10 

T 

8 

2 Cor. 6:11-7:2 

W 

9 

2 Cor. 8:1-15 

T 

10, 

2 Cor. 9 

F 

11 

2 Cor. 10 

S 

12 

2 Cor. 11:1-15 


A Christian citizen will strive to rid himself of race prejudice, 
so that liberty and justice for all, included in the pledge to the 
flag, recited regularly by our school children, may not be 
merely a beautiful ideal, but a genuine reality for all minority 
groups, A Christian citizen will seek to promote the highest 
good of all the people, and not think only in terms of his own 
welfare, or that of his group or class. 


28] The Sixth Sunday 
after Trinity 


Romans 5: 3-11 
Matthew 5: 20-26 


Acts Si 26-38 
Matthew £1; 28-32 


s 

13 

Psalm 1 

u 

14 

2 Cor. 11; 16-31 

T 

15 

2 Cor. 12:1-12 

W 

16 

2 Cor. 13 

T 

17 

Eph. 1:1-14 

F 

18 

Eph. 1:15-23 

S 

19 

Eph. 2:1-10 


If business men, financiers, farmers, professional men, C, L 0., 
and A, F, of L, members cooperate in the spirit of Christian 
brotherhood our nation may reach unprecedented heights of 
prosperity. On the other hand, if every group thinks only in 
terms of its own welfare, our nation may go down into ruin. 
Jesus taught that only he w T ho loses his life for his brother’s 
sake ean be saved. Individual advantages must be given up 
for the sake of others. 


29] The Seventh Sunday 
after Trinity 


Romans 6 : 19-23 
Matthew 9:35-38 


1 Timothy 6:6-12 
Mark 4: 26-29 


s 

20 

Psalm 18:1-20 

M 

21 

Eph. 2:11-22 

T 

22 

Eph. 3:1-12 

W 

23 

Eph. 3:13-21 

T 

24 

Eph. 4:1-16 

F 

25 

Eph. 4:17-32 

S 

26 

Eph. 5:1-14 


Unlimited national sovereignty has been defined as a form of 
idolatry. This idea must be given up if there is to be real hope 
of world peace. Just as the states of the United States of 
America gave up some of their powers in order that this 
glorious union might Come into existence, so must extreme 
nationalism be given up. Mankind is one. The whole world 
is now a neighborhood. Let every Christian help to make it 
a brotherhood. 


30] The Eighth Sunday 
after Trinity 


Romans 8:12-17 
Matthew 7: 15-23 


Acta 16: 16-32 
Matthew 12: 46-59 


s 

27 

Psalm 84 

M 

28 

Eph. 5:15-21 

T 

29 

Eph. 5:22-33 

Iff 

30 

Eph. 6:1-9 

T 

31 

Eph. 6:10-24 


A great thinker has said, u Without a return to God, America 
may not have long to live ” Only God can give us the power 
to love one another, and to cooperate with one another. By 
returning to God, our nation will become strong and great, 
a blessing to all the nations of the world. 


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Eighth Month 


AUGUST, 1947 


31 Days 


Days 


Daily Bible 
Lesson 


DENOMINATIONAL EMPHASIS 
August: Re-creation 

“And He said unto them , Come ye yourselves apart into a 
desert place , and rest atvhiLe* 


James 1: 
James 1: 


-Ml 

12-18 


Jesus realized the need for rest and recreation* He knew the 
value of a change of scene* the new vigor a vacation provides. 


31] The Ninth Sunday 
after Trinity 


1 Cor, 10 : 6-13 
Luke 15 : 11-24 


Acta 17:16-34 
Matthew 13 : 44-46 


s 

3 

Psalm 115 

M 

4 

James 1:19-27 

T 

5 

James 2:1-13 

ff 

6 

James 2: 14-26 

T 

7 

James 3: 1-12 

F 

8 

James 3:13*4:12 

S 

9 

James 4:13-17 


The summer months offer countless opportunities to church 
leaders. They are able to rest from their arduous tasks, and 
build up a reserve for the more strenuous months to come. 
At the same time the comparative leisure which these months 
afford will be spent by wise leaders in making plans for the 
future. Books for which there was no time can now be read. 
This period can be one of intellectual development and gen* 
uine soul-growth. 


32] The Tenth Sunday 
after Trinity 


I Cor. 12:1-11 
Luke 19:41*43 


Acta 20 : 17-38 
Matthew 23 : 34-39 


S| 

10 

Psalm 147 * 

M 

u 

James 5:1-6 

T 

12 

James 5: 7-11 

ff 

13 

James 5: 12-20 

T 

14 

1 Peter 1: 1-12 

F 

15 

1 Peter 1:13-25 

S 

16 

1 Peter 2: 1-10 


Following the example of our Lord* who sought the solitude 
of mountains, the invigorating out-door air* and the refreshing 
coolness of sea and lake, our Church has been providing 
summer camps and training schools throughout the nation. 
Wholesome recreation and spiritual training are provided for 
our young people, who return to their homes equipped for 
far greater usefulness. Every church will do well to encourage 
its promising young people to attend. 


33] The Eleventh Sunday 
after Trinity 


1 Cor. 15:1-10 
Luke IS: &-14 


Homans 8: 33-30 
Luke 7: 36-50 


S 

17 

Psalm 33 

M 

18 

1 Peter 2:11-25 

T 

19 

1 Peter 3:1-12 

W 

20 

1 Peter 3:13-33 

T 

21 

1 Peter 4:1-11 

F 

22 

1 Peter 4:12-19 

S 

23 

1 Peter 5 


Young men are needed today for the Christian ministry, and 
for service as missionaries. Young men are needed as parish 
workers, directors of Christian Education, and also as mission¬ 
aries. Our summer camps and schools provide a splendid 
opportunity for preliminary training for these young people, 
and to awaken in others a desire for full-time Christian service. 
For all who enroll our summer schools and camps are of incal¬ 
culable value in developing Christian purposes. 


34] The Twelfth Sunday 
after Trinity 


2 Cor. 3: 4-11 
Mark 7 : 31-37 


Acts 16: 9-15 
John 8:31-36 


s 

24 

Psalm 139 

M 

25 

2 Peter 1:1-11 

T 

26 

2 Peter 1:12-21 

ff 

27 

2 Peter 2:1-19 

T 

28 

2 Peter 2: 10-22 

F 

29 

2 Peter 3:1-13 

S 

30 

2 Peter 3:14-18 


Those who are not fortunate enough to have the privilege of 
attending a school or enrolling at a camp, may still take advan¬ 
tage of the opportunities which summer affords. Out-door 
exercise will invigorate the body, playing games will refresh 
the tired hrain, and communing with the great God of nature 
will uplift the soul. Thus may the summer months prove to 
be among the most valuable of the year, recreating body, 
mind, and spirit. 


35] The Thirteenth Sunday 
after Trinity 

Gal. 3:15-22 1 Peter 2:1-10 

Luke 10 : 23-37 Mark 12:41-44 


S 31| Psalm 113 | “The heavens declare the glory of God.™ 


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Ninth Month 


SEPTEMBER, 1947 


30 Days 


Day* 


Daily Bible 
Lesson 


DENOMINATIONAL EMPHASIS 
September; Ministerial Pensions and Relief 

'Even so hath the Lord ordained that they which preach the 
Gospel should also live of the Go$peL rt 


Job l : 
Job 2: 
Job 3: 
Job 5: 
Job 6; 
Job 6: 


1-21 

M3 

1-26 

8-27 

1-13 

14-23 


The message of Labor Day stresses the dignity of labor and 
its vital-place in the world of today. The emphasis is usually 
placed upon the physical occupations and so-called trades, 
whereas it is equally essential to stress the importance of 
Those who labor in the professions doing mental and spiritual 
work. 


36] Hie Fourteenth Sunday 
after Trinitv 


Gal. 5: 16-34 
Luke 17: 11-1!* 


1 Timothy 1 : 13-17 
John 5:1-14 


s 

7 

Psalm 92 

M 

8 

Job 7:11-21 

T 

9 

Job 9:1-21 

ff 

10 

Job 10:1-17 

T 

11 

Job 12: M0 

F 

12 

Job 12:13-23 

S 

13 

Job 13:13-28 


The chief laborer in the Church is the minister. His task 
necessitates much careful preparation* for it includes the 
preaching of the Gospel, the guidance of youth* church admin¬ 
istration, home-visitation* consultations* problems of personal 
salvation and social adjustment* and the continual ministry of 
prayer, cheer* and comfort, A pastor sees life at its most vital 
cross-section and gives his best to make that life more abundant 
in Christ. 


37] Thr Fifteenth Sunday 
after Trinitv 


Gat. 5: 35-6: 10 
Matthew 6: 24-34 


2 These, 3:6-13 
John 11: 1-11 


s 

14 

Psalm 8 

M 

15 

Job 

14: 

1-14 

T 

16 

Job 

17: 

1-10 

ff 

17 

Job 

18: 

5-21 

T 

18 

Job 

19: 

21-27 

F 

19 

Job 

21: 

7-20 

S 

20 

Job 

21: 

29-33 


Most labor has personal gain as its objective. The minister 
seeks the salvation of humankind and the building of the king¬ 
dom of God as his major goal. This ideal is perhaps the 
reason why he has been so underpaid. It is a sad accusation 
that the Church has failed to meet her obligation of adequate 
compensation to hint. This unworthy example has mitigated 
the impact of the Church's message of service and justice on 
Labor Day. 


38] The Sixteenth Sunday 
after Trinity 


Ephesians % :13-21 
Luke 7 : 11-17 


Hebrews 12:13-24 
Matthew 11: 25-30 


s 

21 

Psalm 146 

M 

22 

Job 

24: 

1-17 

T 

23 

Job 

25: 

2-6 

W 

24 

Job 

26: 

1-14 

T 

25 

Job 

27: 

1-10 

F 

26 

Job 

28: 

12-28 

S 

27 

Job 

31: 

13-28 


One inevitable result of a poorly paid ministry is dependence 
upon the Church when retirement comes. Ministerial Pension 
and Relief has sought to meet this need of our aged pastors 
and pastors' widows* but the sums paid are inadequate and 


the present 
persons. 


lime benefits are paid to almost one thousand 


39] The Seventeenth Sunday 
after Trinity 


Ephesians 4 ; 1-ti 
Luke 14 : 1-il 


Hebrews 4: 9-13 
Matthew 12:1-8 


Psalm 107: 1-16 
Job 38:1-7 
Job 42: M5 


Five years ago the Ministers' Retirement Annuity Fund was 

established. It is an actuarially sound reserve plan and rep¬ 
resents the dawn of a new day in pensions for the ministry' 
of our Church. 


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I 


Tenth Month 


OCTOBER, 1947 


31 Days 


Day. 1 


Daily Bible 

Lesson 


DENOMINATIONAL EMPHASIS 
October i National Missions 

“As many as were ordained to eternal life believed, and the 
word of the Lord urns published throughout all the region .” 


1 Kings 1: 32-40 

1 Kings 2; 1-12 
1 Kings 3: 4-15 
1 Kings 3:16-28 


Millions of people throughout our country sacrificed much 
during the war years in order to save democratic values of life 
from the foes without. We now face the more dlfificull task 
of conquering the foes within. 


40] The Eighteenth Sunday 
after Trinity 


1 Cor. 1: 4-9 
Matthew 22 t 34-46 


James 2 : 10-17 
Mark 10: 17-27 


s 

5 

Psalm 48 

M 

6 

1 Kings 8:1-11 

T 

7 

1 Kings 8:12-21 

ff 

8 

1 Kings 8:22-30 

T 

9 

1 Kings 8: 54-63 

F 

10 

1 Kings 9:1-9 

S 

11 

1 Kings 10:1-13 


Some of these foes are: intolerance, discrimination, selfishness, 
pride, prejudice, and a general disregard for moral and spir¬ 
itual values. The only way to overcome them and to prevent 
the total loss of our Christian heritage is for America to be¬ 
come Christian—Christian in its own life and Christian toward 
(he rest of the world. 


41] The Nineteenth Sunday 
after Trinity 


Ephesians 4: 22- 
Matthew 9: 1-8 


James 5:I3-2( 
John 9: 24-41 


Psalm 29 
1 Kings 10 
1 Kings 11 
1 Kings 11 
1 Kings 12: 
1 Kings 12 
1 Kings 17; 


1-13 

4-13 

26-37 

1-11 

12-20 

1-7 


Believing that this can only be done as we seek to reach the 
unchurched within our land, and endeavor to extend our 
frontiers to the spiritual areas of life as well as the geographic; 
confident that there are those in every community who have 
an uneasy conscience and are waiting for the church to bear 
a more convincing testimony to the power of Christ's Gospel; 


42] The Twentieth Sunday 
after Trinity 


Ephesians 5: 15-21 
Matthew 22 : 1-14 


Homans 14:1-9 
John 15:i~S 


19 Psalm 107:31-43 

20 1 Kings 17: 8-24 

21 1 Kings 18:1-16 

22 1 Kings 18:17-39 

23 1 Kings 18:41-46 

24 1 Kings 19:1-21 

25 1 Kings 21:1-14 


Mindful of the special urgency of the present situation, warn¬ 
ing us to avoid doing “too little and too late”; and assured 
that in Christ we have “the Way, the Truth, and the Life”: 
The Board of National Missions of the Evangelical an^ Re¬ 
formed Church is determined that the Church in America 
be strengthened and its influence extended outwardly and 
inwardly. 


4*3] The Twenty-first Sunday 
after Trinity 
The Festival of the 
Reformation 


Ephesians 6: 10-17 
John 4:46-54 


G&L 2: 16-21 
John 8:91-36 


Psalm 46 
1 Kings 21:17-29 

1 Kings 22:15-38 

2 Kings 2: 1-15 
2 Kings 2; 16-25 
2 Kings 4:1-7 


The General Synod has allocated 24.5% of the Benevolence 
Budget to NATIONAL MISSIONS. With these contributions 
we are seeking to provide a ministry in 250 fields scattered 
across our country. These projects include rural communities, 
housing areas, minority groups, migrants, hospitals, city slums, 
etc. God and his Church need our help NOW, ^ - 


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Eleventh Month NOVEMBER, 1947 


30 Days 


Days 


Daily Bible 
Lesson 


DENOMINATIONAL EMPHASIS 
November: Kingdom Roll Call 

“Upon the first day of the week let each of you lay him in 
store as God hath prospered him ” 


S| 1|2 Kings 4: 8-17 All Saints Pay 


44] The Twenty-second Sunday p h n. j ; g.n 

after Trinity Matthew is : 23-35 


Hebrews 13: 1-9 
Duke 9 : 57-62 


s 

2 

Psalm 119:1-12 

M 

3 

2 Kings 4:18-37 

T 

4 

2 Kings 5:1-19 

ft 

5 

2 Kings 6:8-17 

T 

6 

2 Kings 9:1-6 

F 

7 

2 Kings 9:11-28 

S 

8 

2 Kings 11: 9-16 


The Kingdom Roll Call Period for 1947—Nov* 16 to Dec* 7. 
The Kingdom Roll Call with the visitation of every family* 
opens the way for a larger participation in the support of the 
work of Christ at home and abroad. In one of its forms, the 
Roll Call should be an annual event in the normal life of every 
congregation. The Church is the field in which we must prac¬ 
tice being Christians—there by our attendance, our prayers, 
our time, our money to build the Kingdom of God, 


45] The Twenty-third Sunday 
after Trinity 


Phil. 3 t 17-21 
Matthew 22:15-22 


1 Timothy 4: 4-11 
Matthew 10; 24-33 


Ps. 119:97-105 
2 Kings 12:4-16 
2 Kings 17:7-18 
2 Kings 18: 1-12 
2 Kings 21:10-16 
2 Kings 22; 3-20 
2 Kings 23:24-30 


The Kingdom Roll Call develops an informed and loyal mem¬ 
bership, responsive to local and world needs. The local budget 
cares for-the work of the individual congregation; the “appor¬ 
tionment” budget merely projects that work into the wider 
fields of the world, and we become Christian world-citizens. 
The great commission becomes our marching-order, “Go ye 
therefore, and make disciples of al! the nations,” 


46] The Twenty-fourth Sunday col. i : 9-14 

after Trinity Matthew 9:13-26 


1 Thesa, 5:14-24 
John 10: 23-30 


s 

16 

Psalm 39 

M 

17 

2 Kings 25:8-21 

T 

18 

Amos 1:1-15 

W 

19 

Amos 2: 1-16 

T 

20 

Amos 3: 1-8 

F 

21 

Amos 4 : 4-13 

S 

22 

Amos 5:1-17 


The Kingdom Roll Call has led many of us to the joy of giving 
in the scriptural way: (1) Individually—“let each one of you." 
A personal Savior calls for a personal religion. (2) Systemati¬ 
cally—“on the first day of the week,” To give regularly is an 
incentive to faithful attendance at worship. (3) Proportion- 
ately—“as God hath prospered thee.” What that proportion 
should be is a matter of conscience, for each to decide. 


47] The Last Sunday 
after Trinity 
Memorial Sunday 


1 Thess. 5: 1-11 
Matthew 25:1-13 


2 Peter 3: 3-14 
John 5:19-29 


5 

23 

Psalm 90 

u 

24 

Amos 6:1-6 

T 

:25 

Amos 7:1-9 

W 

26 

Amos 8:4-12 

T 

27 

Deut. 8:1-20 

F 

28 

Amos 9:1-10 

S 

29 

Amos 9:11-15 


The Kingdom Roll Call furnishes an expressions! release for 
the love of Christ that is in us. The core of the Roll Call 
is not money but giving. With no compulsion, our promised 
gifts to Christ through the Roll Call become “freewill offer* 
ings.” We give “not grudgingly or of necessity, for God 
loveth a cheerful (hilarious) giver,” “He that soweth spar¬ 
ingly shall reap also sparingly, and he that soweth bountifully 
shall reap also bountifully/? 


48] The First Sunday in Advent g°tth»w Vi/i-V 


Hebrews 10 : 19-25 
Duke 1: 68-79 


SjSQjFsalm 50 


| “They first gave themselves unto the Lord/ 1 


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Twelfth Month 


DECEMBER, 1947 


31 Days 


Days 


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Daily Bible 
Lesson 


DENOMINATIONAL EMPHASIS 
December: Sharing 

“Freely ye have received, freely give” 



As. Christmas approaches we are particularly grateful for the 
unspeakable gift” which God gave to this needy world. If 
God so loved us we ought also to love one another, and to 
share the good things of life with those less fortunate. Our 
gifts not only help the one to whom they are given. They also 
enrich our own souls, and help us grow spiritually. 


49] The Second Sunday in 
Advent 


Romans 15: 4-13 
Luke 21: 25-36 


2 Peter 1: 3-11 
Luke 17 : 20-30 


s 

7 

Psalm 25 

M 

8 

Isa. 3:8-15 

T 

9 

Isa. 5:1-7 

W 

10 

Isa. 5: 8-29 

T 

11 

Isa. 6:1-11 

F 

12 

Isa. 7:1-9 

S 

13 

Isa. 7:10-20 


During this season many churches give special contributions 
to the orphans, the needy of the community, the hospitals, and 
other worthy causes. Our denomination has been engaged in 
raising funds for World Sendee, a responsibility which no 
church can rightfully evade. By feeding the hungry, clothing 
and housing the needy, building churches for them, providing 
literature, and training leaders, we heal wounds, cement friend¬ 
ships, and imitate our Lord. 


50] The Third Sunday in 
Advent 


1 Cor. 4:1-5 
Matthew 11: 2-16 


2 Timothy 4:5-8 
Matthew 3:1-11 


s 

14 

Psalm 85 

M 

15 

Isa, 8 :11-20 

T 

16 

Isa. 9:2-7 

W 

17 

Isa. 11:1-10 

T 

18 

Luke 1: 5-25 

F 

19 

Luke 1: 26-38 

S 

20 

Luke 1:39-56 


Let us be sure that our gifts, for whatever cause, are given 
in the spirit of love and brotherhood, not in a condescending 
manner. II they are not given in the true Christian spirit 
they will have no value for our own souls, no matter how 
generous they may appear to be. It is not sufficient to give 
to those in need, although this is very important. It is impera¬ 
tive that we also strive, to the full extent of our influence, to 
build a Christian social order. 


51] The Fourth Sunday in 
Advent 


Phil. 4: 4-7 
John 1:16-28 


1 John 1: 1-4 
John 1: 15-18 


21 

Psalm 80 

22 

Luke 1:57-80 

23 

Matt. 1:18-25 

24 

Luke 2:1-14 


At Christmas time the world is more nearly Christian than at 
any other time of the year. There are more evidences of gen¬ 
erosity, kindness, and love than during any other season. If 
only this spirit could he continued through- 
Christmas Eve ought the whole year! If only every day 


Christmas Day 

The Nativity of Our Lord 


Titus 2:11-14 
Isaiah 9: 2-7 
Luke 2:1-14 


Hebrews 1; -12 
John 1:1-14 


John 1:1-14 
Matt. 2:1-12 
Matt. 2:13-23 


might be Christmas day! Then, indeed, would the kingdoms 
of this world soon become the “kingdoms of our Lord. Let 
os endeavor to keep the Christmas spirit. 


52] The First Sunday after 
Christmas 


Gal. 4:1-7 
Luke 2: 33-40 


2 Cor. 5 :1-6 
Luke 2:25-32 


28|Psa!m 145 

29 Matt. 3:1-12 

30 Matt. 3:13; 17 

31 Isa. 12 


As we look ahead to the New Year, may we resolve to be faith* 

ful stewards of lime, talents, and possessions, remembering 
that we belong to God and to our faithful Savior Jesus Christ. 
May we dedicate ourselves to our Creator, and always live 
unto Him. 


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Another Year for God 

President L. W. Goebel, D,D„ LL.D. 


A careful reading and close study 
of the Year Book will reveal that 
it contains a wealth of information 
every interested member of the Evan¬ 
gelical and Reformed Church will 
wish to possess. It carries the regis- 
ter of those who have dedicated their 
lives to full-time service in the Church, 
but it also records the total member¬ 
ship of every congregation, Synod, 
and the entire denomination. It sets 
forth the growth of the Church, and 
thus Is a record of her achievements. 
It outlines her program and sets forth 
the agencies through which it is car¬ 
ried forward. Its statistical pages are, 
in short, a report of the accomplish¬ 
ments of the Church as a whole and 
of every arm of her work. 

Significantly, nearly at the very be¬ 
ginning is found a calendar of the 
days, weeks and months of the year. 
However, this Is more than a barren 
setting forth of the dates for 1947, 
Over against each week is set a state¬ 
ment of Christian purposes. Thus it 
declares that the Church and her 
members propose to dedicate the days 
of the new year to the advancement 
of their own Christian life and the 
entire Christian enterprise. As this 
new issue of the Year Book makes its 
appearance, therefore, It Is not satis¬ 
fied to remind us that “another year 
is dawning," It challenges us to add, 
as does the writer of the hymn from 
which we have quoted, “Another year 
for Thee," So, indeed, shall it be. 
Facing another year many will find 
themselves inclined to long for the 
good old days of a bygone era. This 
nostalgic harking back to yesteryear, 
which seems to us now to have had 
fewer pressing problems and a greater 
measure of order and security, is not 
worthy of a Christian, To be sure we 
are living in a confused and troubled 
day, and yet it is the only day of op¬ 
portunity which is ours. As Chris¬ 
tians we are confident that God in¬ 
tends it to be for us a day of rich 
spiritual blessings. This it can be 


only if we fearlessly and faithfully 
put our hands to the tasks which are 
ours and make the best use of our 
time. Anxiety and fear may cause us 
to assume a fatalistic attitude toward 
the events of our time and prevent us 
from playing our part well, thus rob¬ 
bing us of every measure of Inner 
contentment and joy. If, however, we 
lose ourselves in the thought that this 
is another year of blessed opportunity 
for service unto God and His Church, 
I know that we will find renewed con¬ 
fidence and strength to go our way 
with faith, hope and assurance. More 
than this God requires of no man. 

As Christians we know, too, that 
time spent rightly in the service of 
God and His Church is time spent 
with profit for the fellowman. We re¬ 
call that Jesus said of the second of 
the great commandments, “And this 
is equal unto it." The two command¬ 
ments are really one. In the measure 
in which we love and, therefore, serve 
our fellowmen, In that measure do we 
give evidence that we love and are 
willing to serve God, 

Modern day Christians have never 
been confronted with so glorious an 
opportunity for service as in the pres¬ 
ent hour. Millions in Asia and Eu¬ 
rope, as well as other areas of the 
globe, are turning wistful eyes toward 
America in general and toward you 
and me as Christians in particular. 
This year shall find us continuing and 
expanding our service of love toward 
our brothers at home and abroad. 
Especially shall it find us eager and 
prepared to carry the message of the 
Christian gospel to the unchurched 
millions of our own nation, and to 
the countless multitudes in other 
lands who have never come in contact 
with Its life-renewing power. Another 
year of service means accepting 
Christ's challenge to be faithful steiv- 
ards of His manifold grace. Thus will 
this year abound for us in mercy and 
blessing. 


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Our Church Answers the Call for Help 

Rev, Henry C. Koch* Executive Secretary, Commission on World Service 


To many people in this country war 
is a matter of history and only the 
occasional Inconveniences and unpleas¬ 
antries of either exorbitant prices or 
unobtainable goods serve to remind us 
of a war that, aside from the tragic 
cost in human lives, meant little to 
the American people in actual suffer- 
ing. But as the people of war-ravaged 
countries start laboriously to rebuild 
their shattered homes and lives, they 
know another story. They need help— 
help not only in the form of clothing 
and food—but the strong helping hand 
of Christian brotherhood to give them 
strength to face the future. That help¬ 
ing hand has come through the 
churches in America. The churches of 
our denomination have responded 
nobly, many of them doubling and 
even trebling their quota. 

Personal gifts of love and sympathy 
are going out from America, east and 
west, to the suffering people In war- 
devastated countries of Europe and 
Asia. A women's group sews and 
assembles a bundle of baby clothes 
, . . a farmer gives a sack of wheat 
* . , a little boy on the farm raises a 
heifer calf to send ... an old man 
contributes his warm new dressing 
gown. Through the united program of 
the churches the hungry are being 
fed, the needy clothed, the sore-in- 
heart comforted, A recent release 
from Church World Service, the cen¬ 
tral relief agency of United Protes¬ 
tantism, shows that there are eleven 
million orphans iu Europe—thirty mil¬ 
lion hungry children In varying de¬ 
grees of malnutrition or actual starva¬ 
tion. In Asia this figure must be mul¬ 
tiplied many times. These children 
need powdered milk, food concentrates 



Heifers being leaded for shipment to 
Europe where they replenish Ihe much 
depleted stock and provide milk for 
undernourished children. 


and vitamin tablets to build up their 
skeleton-like little bodies. Hundreds 
of thousands of displaced persons con¬ 
tinue to be shuffled from one country 
to another, and the only touch of com¬ 
passion that comes to them is the 
ministry of the Church and Church 
inspired agencies which endeavor to 
bring comfort through material gifts 
and acts of friendliness. A small num¬ 
ber of these people, a far too limited 
quota, are permitted to come to this 
country provided responsible agencies 
and people will supply assuring affi¬ 
davits for their support. Church com¬ 
mittees have given long hours over 
many days working tirelessly to se¬ 
cure the above provisions, and thereby 
provide a new ray of hope to some 
who are fortunate enough to be on the 
list. Our Church through its gifts 
has aided in this Christian work. 

Material Aid Makes Our Help Concrete 
Due to the fact that only a limited 
amount of supplies could be bought in 
Europe, and almost none in Asia, and 
due to the fact that gifts in kind were 
in some instances more readily ob¬ 
tainable than cash, the program of 
material aid received increasing em¬ 
phasis during the past few years. It 
will remain a prominent factor until 
relief moves into the program of re¬ 
habilitation when the emphasis will 
need to be shifted. The extent to which 
material aid has occupied our concern 
is evident from the following quota¬ 
tions taken from the report of our 
Material Aid director, Mr. Loren Wal¬ 
ters: 

300,000 pounds of canned goods and 
clothing distributed through Church 
World Service to some twenty coun¬ 
tries. 

Thousands of garments sewn and 
knitted for relief agencies. 

Two hundred heifers contributed and 
shipped abroad through Heifer Proj¬ 
ect Committee, Shipped to Prance, 
Belgium, P o 1 a n d, Czechoslovakia, 
Italy and Greece. No shipments 
could be made to Germany due to 
restrictions. 

160 milk goats were shipped to Europe 
through UNRRA. This project was 
Initiated through the interest of our 
missionary to the Ozarks, Rev. Vin¬ 
cent Bucher, 

15 carloads of cereal, 900,000 pounds 
were shipped to Germany, Hungary 
and Poland. 


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In addition to the above smaller proj¬ 
ects sncli as “togs in towel/' button 
bags, Christmas packages, enlisted 
the interest of many church groups. 
There are eight United Service Cen¬ 
ters— warehouses where food is 
gathered and prepared for shipment 
and where used clothing is baled for 
shipment. The warehouses under 
sponsorship of Church World Ser¬ 
vice have local committees respon¬ 
sible for operation on the local level. 
The warehouse in St. Louis, Mis¬ 
souri, is locally under the Joint 
sponsorship of the Evangelical and 
Reformed Church and the Southern 
and Northern Baptist Churches. Our 
director of Material Aid, Mr. Wal¬ 
ters, was largely responsible for the 
selection of the warehouse and the 
employing of personnel and estab¬ 
lishing the pattern of operation. It 
promises to become one of the major 
centers for clothing and food collec¬ 
tion in the United States. 

The above reference to material aid 
is only a part of our total material aid 
program, that portion for which we 
are directly responsible. Church World 
Service, Incorporated, receives addi¬ 
tional funds from us for their material 
aid program. From time to time in¬ 
dividual projects are financed by us, 
as for instance one gift of Ten Thou¬ 
sand Dollars, made by an unknown 
donor, was applied to the purchase of 
10,000 pairs of shoes which were 
shipped to Hilfswerk in Stuttgart for 
distribution by them in Germany. 

From Relief to Rehabilitation 
There is really no way of separating 
the two. From the very beginning 
some of our funds have gone ror re¬ 
habilitation, such as the purchase of 
barracks chapels, building children's 
schools and hospitals, establishing 
funds for the training of church lead¬ 
ers. The relief needs, however, were 
so great and so many funds came in 
designated for relief that we felt we 
were keeping faith with the wishes of 
our people by allocating a good deal 
for relief. From every source evi¬ 
dences underscored the great need for 
food, clothing and medicines, far be¬ 
yond anything we had anticipated. 

The time has come when the need 
Increases in the direction of spiritual 
rehabilitation. Barracks churches sym¬ 
bolize better than anything else this 
attempt to restore means of spiritual 
resources. Says Mrs. Culver, editorial 
secretary of Church World Service, 
Incorporated, "Centers of the rebuild¬ 
ing communities of Europe are the 
barracks churches—unpretentious 


structures of simple dignity which 
serve as a symbol of the ever-enduring 
spirit of those who have lost all their 
earthly possessions/* One allocation 
from funds contributed to Church 
World Service, Incorporated, to the 
amount of $100,000.00, was for this 
purpose. 

Transportation problems are ex¬ 
tremely acute. Pastors seeking to 
make contact with dispersed families, 
desperately In need of the pastor's 
counsel* find it difficult to get about 
Bicycles have been purchased for these 
pastors, and letters of gratitude evi¬ 
dence the service rendered through 
these gifts. Books and literature are 
needed—theological literature for pas¬ 
tors and students training for the min¬ 
istry is a crying need. Strong lead¬ 
ership Is needed for youth groups 
springing up everywhere. The field is 
ripe for harvest. But the harvesting 
will require consecrated, well-trained 
leaders to challenge the groups—sheep 
without a shepherd. 

Bibles are among the moat earnest 
requests. "During the last months of 
the war,'* reads a recent report from 
the American Bible Society, "when 
German prisoners of war rose to large 
numbers the Society issued to chap¬ 
lains and others 43,040 Bibles, 505,377 
Testaments, and 1,168,844 Portions to 
prisoners of war. Since that time, 
since the change in response to ap^ 
peals from American chaplains, from 
the World Council of Churches, and 



Sxoiss customs officials seal boxcar of 
relief poods from World Council of 
Churches els Prof. Carl E. Schneider * 

E and R representative , ioofcs on. 


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United Church Service Center in St. Loute is one of eight such Centers sponsored 
by the Church World Service, Incorporated, for the preparing of food and clothing 

for needy countries* 


others, the Society issued in the latter 
half of 1945, 4,800 Bibles, 417,700 
Testaments, 572,000 Portions. There 
are under production to be shipped as 
soon as possible in 1946, 390,000 Bibles, 
600,000 Testaments, and 500,000 Por¬ 
tions, ,,No other place than America 
and no other people than the Ameri¬ 
cans can provide the Book which the 
German churches, as the most hopeful 
constructive force in Germany, can use 
to the greatest advantage at this 
time.” Dr. Simon of the Church Coun¬ 
cil in Munich reports, ‘"500,000 people 
have been bombed, they are without 
Bibles; most of the refugees and dis¬ 
placed persons, if not all, are without 
Bibles or New Testaments. That means 
that at least 1,200,000 Protestants have 
no Scriptures.” 

The Messenger has already carried 
accounts of requests from German 
church leaders coining to us through 
Dr. Goebel as a result of his visit to 
Europe. The Commission has agreed 
to purchase sufficient cellulose for the 
printing of five hundred thousand Ger¬ 
man hymnals. A United Church in 
Germany with membership in the 
World Council of Churches would go 
a far way toward establishing the ini¬ 
tial relationships basic to accepting 
Germany into the family of nations. 
The above referred to hymnal is to be 
a hymnal of the United Church. Thus 
we are contributing to an essential 
means for spiritual rehabilitation. An¬ 
other project suggested is an Ecumeni¬ 
cal Center in Germany to which our 
Commission has agreed to contribute 
five thousand dollars annually for the 
next five years. 

Dr. Carl E. Schneider, Professor at 
Eden Theological Seminary, is making 
valuable contacts for us in Europe. He 
is loaned by us to the World Council 
of Churches with headquarters in 


Geneva. Dr. Schneider is eminently 
qualified to contribute valuable gub 
dance in the study of needs both in 
Hungary and Germany looking toward 
the spiritual rehabilitation of those 
countries. 

Our understanding of the needs of 
Hungary has been greatly helped by 
the visit to this country of Dr. Beia 
Vasady on leave from the Reformed 
Theological Faculty of the University 
of Debrechen, Dr. Vasady received his 
theological training at Princeton Theo¬ 
logical Seminary and our Central 
Theological Seminary, He spoke be¬ 
fore many of our churches and at 
many of our Synods, 

Rehabilitation in Asia 

The distribution of funds to Asia is 
under the direction of our Board of 
International Missions and we quote 
from a report by Dr. F. A. Goetsch 
regarding the needs in Asia; 

JAPAET 

‘"The bombing raid carried out on 
the night of July 9, 1945, cut a swath 
two miles broad through the center of 
the city of Sendai where the principal 
institutions of our mission in Japan 
were located. Of the nine buildings 
belonging to the Miyagi College, only 
two remain intact. Of the thirteen or 
more buildings of North Japan Col¬ 
lege, again only two remain intact. A 
number of our missioary residences 
were destroyed as were also a number 
of our chapels in Sendai, A report of 
the losses sustained in the outlying 
cities Is not yet available and will not 
be until Dr, Kriete can gather the in¬ 
formation for us. 

CHISTA 

Dr. Keller writes that only 15% of 
what was the city of Yoyang is left 
and is \n a badly shaken condition. 


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Two missionary homes in Yoyang are 
completely destroyed as were also the 
homes of three teachers and ten serv¬ 
ant houses* A good part of Ziemer 
Girls School has been destroyed, only 
the western half being fit for use. 
Every other building on the Ziemer 
Girls School Compound was destroyed. 
Several of our chapels were destroj^ed. 
We do not yet have a record of prop* 
erties which were destroyed in out- 
stations, for this information is being 
only gradually accumulated. 

One of the great needs which faces 
us is the rehabilitation of personnel; 
pastors, teachers in our schools and 
other members of the Christian staff 
who are undernourished, worn out. 
and. in many cases, almost nervous 
wrecks after having passed through 
the bombings which were so frequent 
in that borderland of battle in which 
our mission stations lie. Interdenomi¬ 
national institutions, too, are greatly 
in need of rehabilitation and recon¬ 
struction. The Church of Christ in 
China is requesting help from Ameri¬ 
can and British Churches for the re¬ 
habilitation of personnel and the re¬ 
construction of their headquarters. 
The same is true of the National 


Christian Council* Hu a Chung College 
in which we are a cooperative mission, 
and finally, the Christian Colleges of 
China which ought to he maintained 
as the bulwarks of Christian thought 
and learning in the great country of 
China." 

Dr. Carl D. Kriete is now in Japan. 
Our Church was honored when the 
Japan Committee selected him to go 
with several other former missionaries 
and make a study of needs, and lay 
plans for the rehabilitation of our 
work there. 

An adequate program of rehabilita¬ 
tion in Asia will call for much sacri¬ 
ficial giving on the part of our people. 
Opportunities of reinforcing our mis¬ 
sionary message with actual material 
aid are great and most fortunate. We 
must not fall. 

Men in 8 erv l ce—Chap lain s—postwar 
Adjustment 

Services in these fields are rapidly 
being curtailed. But a great task re¬ 
mains. It would be most unfortunate 
if our Church should withdraw' its 
ministry before it has competed its 
task. Many men are now first enter¬ 
ing the armed services and will need 



This composite photo illustrates how church services are conducted in war- 

ravaged areas of Europe. The army barracks donated by the World Council of . 
Churches replaces the rulyied church , A parish worker who conducts religious 
education services lives in rear of barracks. 

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Chinese refugee children eat a hotel of rice in the wooden junk which is taking 
them to their homes the city of tchang. Most of the refugees had not seen their 
homes since f&iS when the Japanese occupied their home-cities. 


the friendship and support of the 
Church, They are subject to grave 
temptations. Their opportunity is un¬ 
usual. The Church must guide them to 
It. Many thousands of men are still 
hospitalised and many will remain in 
hospitals for the remainder of their 
days. The Church has a soiemn obliga¬ 
tion to them. 

Chaplains continue to serve under 
difficult conditions. They need litera¬ 
ture, altar supplies, and other aids. 
Above aU they need our prayers and 
our interest. Rev. F. L. Fespennan, a 
former missionary and more recently 
a chaplain, serves as director of our 
work with service personnel and chap¬ 
lains. 

Millions of people continue on the 
move. It will be some time before 
these millions become established. Un¬ 
til then the Church has a mission. 
Our nation cannot assist in the heal¬ 
ing of the nations as long as it neg¬ 
lects its own, 

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Emergency World Service is now a 
major enterprise of the Evangelical 
and Reformed Church. In 1942 War 
Emergency Relief came into existence 
in answer to our Church's demand to 
share in the relief and rehabilitation 


of w'ar devastated countries. That 
year our members contributed the 
total of $125,807.00 for relief. Each 
year as the need has become greater 
our giving has correspondingly in¬ 
creased until gven the goal of Two 
Million Dollars for the triennium 1944 
to 1947 seems entirely inadequate to 
give aid to needy peoples throughout 
the world. 

Emergency World Service has not 
been all giving. We are being twice 
blest by the blessings we are sharing. 
America is in danger of losing its 
soul. Victory is always a dangerous 
Thing. Power may vitiate the best of 
motives. The Church with its message 
of repentance cannot live in a vacuum. 
It must be a part of the world to 
which it speaks. 

Best Buy /$ a Child Life M 

I saw' the above caption over a para¬ 
graph from the pen of Mrs. Elsie 
Thomas Culver. It set me to thinking. 
We stand in line to buy shirts, to gel 
a chance at a pair of nylons. How 
anxious are we to invest our lives in 
a child? Investing our lives in them 
makes them one with us. "How t shall 
we. come before the Father's throne 
without them?" Or shall we? 


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The United Stewardship Enlistment — 
1946-1947 Denominational Emphasis 

Rev, James W. Bright, Director 


What Shall I Bender? 

While the several other Interests 
will be certain to receive their proper 
seasonal emphasis during the Church 
Year, the denominational emphasis 
from now to March, 1947, Is by General 
Synodical decree the United Steward¬ 
ship Enlistment Our denomination is 
but one of thirty-two major ecclesiasti¬ 
cal bodies which have adopted this 
project It is properly so, for in a 
world which has gone madly after 
things as the very end of its existence, 
and which is thereby threatened with 
an end to its very existence, there is 
but one solution—the one Jesus taught 
and practiced: (1) recognizing life with 
all its benefits as the evidence of a 
living, loving, heavenly Father’s devo¬ 
tion to the children He created, pro¬ 
vides for, and saves; and (2) Jesus 1 
ready response to that undying love, 
in a life lived as only a true steward 
can live it* This is Stewardship in the 
original New Testament sense. 


He First Loved Us! 

This world needs desperately to re¬ 
cover a true understanding of this 
word, Stewardship, and of Its real 
implications. Practically all efforts on 
behalf of the Kingdom depend for 
their motivation upon the aforenamed 
two principles of Stewardship. Only 
he who is conscious of God's free gift 
of salvation can respond by seeking to 
win others to Christ* Others find no 
need, no urgency to do so. 

Only a true steward of the Lord 
Jesus Christ can he an effective evan¬ 
gelist* A lack of Teal stewards may 
account for the disturbing fact that In 
1944, for example, it required 15 aver : 
age Evangelical and Reformed Church 
members 365 days, one whole year, to 
win one new member* In the field of 
service rendered In the local congre¬ 
gation, an average of 21% of the mem¬ 
bers does ail the constructive work. 
Thank God for the 21%; but where 
are the other 79 %? And among this 
latter 79% are found some of the 
ablest people in the Church, but who 


nevertheless refuse to assume their 
share of responsibility* What is lack¬ 
ing? They are not stewards of the 
manifold grace of God, Only as they 
become such stewards will they find 
the inner compulsion to invest their 
talents in Kingdom work* In the great 
mission a ry projects of our denomina¬ 
tion we find the fields white unto har¬ 
vest, and even now the laborers are 
too few* There are still hundreds of 
vacant pulpits in our Evangelical and 
Reformed Church, and not enough 
men to fill them. It is those who rec¬ 
ognize the truth of John 3: 16 and 
Romans 10:13-15 tfho will accept the 
commission given in Matthew 28: 19, 
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Him Only Shalt Thou Serve 

There are many complaints and 
serious questionings upon the lean 
35% average of regular worshippers 
amongst Protestant church members. 
Is it possible that failure to recognize 
God as the source of all blessings, in¬ 
cluding salvation, may be the chief 
underlying cause for the complacency 
and indifference of the other 65% ? 
When people feel themselves self-suffi¬ 
cient what need is there in their 
hearts to worship a God whom they 
have not yet discovered to be very 
real? They constitute themselves the 
big *T AM," There is for them no 
apparent reason or need to worship 
God, nor to serve Him, for the plain, 
unequivocal reason that they feel no 
responsibility so to do; they are not 
stewards! They need to be awakened 
to the truth that all they are and all 
of worth that they ever hope to be, 
originates in God* Only then will they 
be quick to respond in a life of Chris¬ 
tian Stewardship. 


By Their fruits 

Not a word has thus far been said 
about money, for the obvious reason 
that when people reeognize their lives 
to be a trust from God, they will with¬ 
hold nothing from Him* They will be¬ 
come soul winners; they will support 
the many causes of the Church: they 


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win lend their talents to Christian 
work; they will find worship essential 
to their very existence; they will pray 
and listen for God's voice, and their 
attitudes to people of different races, 
nationalities, and classes will be 
Christ-like. A genuine steward of the 
grace of God will give generously, pro¬ 
portionately, systematically of himself 
and of his possessions. His one great 
obsession will be the bringing of a 
broken world to the feet of a healing 
Christ! His meat and his drink is to 
do the will of the Father in heaven. 

The Objective 

Every cause the Church represents 
stands to profit from a unanimous par¬ 
ticipation In the United Stewardship 
Enlistment. The goal is to enroll 
every member of every congregation 
in a rededieation of life to the ideals 
and the eternal purpose of God in 
Jesus Christ. This involves a re-study 
of Article II, Section 9, of the Con¬ 
stitution of the Evangelical and Re¬ 
formed Church, and an ardent appli¬ 
cation of time, talent, material pos¬ 
sessions, indeed all of life, to the at¬ 
tainment of the lofty standards set 
forth therein: "Members of the Church 
shall live sober, righteous, and godly 
lives and labor faithfully to bring 
others to Christ. They shall take an 
active part in the life and work of 
the Church. This shall include regular 
attendance at divine worship; devout 
use of the Holy Sacraments; diligent 
observance of private devotions; lib¬ 
eral financial and moral support to¬ 
ward her maintenance and her benevo¬ 
lent undertakings; obedience to her 
established law and authorities; un¬ 
tiring seal in bringing the unchurched 
under her influence; and sincere en¬ 
deavor to apply the teachings of Jesus 
to all human relationships. Parents 
shall provide adequate Christian train¬ 
ing for their entire household/* Any 
person who conscientiously strives to 
fulfil these obligations will feel privi¬ 
leged In being a part of the great 
Evangelical and Reformed Church: 

The Plan at Work in Your Church 

The Committee on Stewardship ap¬ 
pointed a part-time director, and to¬ 
gether they have promoted the United 
Stewardship Enlistment through a de¬ 
tailed correlation of the efforts of the 
several Boards and Commissions and 
of the Women’s Guild and the Church¬ 


men's Brotherhood. Synodical Com¬ 
mittees are at work, endeavoring to 
set up in every local congregation a 
Committee on Stewardship Enlistment. 
A model set-up for the local congrega¬ 
tion is shown in the graph following 
this article. Numerous articles in our 
publications, literature and letters to 
pastors, suggested bibliographies, study 
courses—Indeed every available means 
known and practicable—are being em¬ 
ployed In preparing for the enlistment. 
Several alert Synodical Committees 
have set up very ambitious programs 
which include regional meetings. Stew¬ 
ardship Days in’ Sunday Schools, 
monthly Stewardship programs in 
Youth Fellowships, Women’s Guilds 
and Men’s Brotherhood^ special pro¬ 
grams, district rallies for leaders, 
reading circles, "every congregation 
participating in the 25th Stewardship 
Essay and Foster Contest/* cottage 
prayer meetings, discussion groups, 
anU a 100% visitation of every mem¬ 
ber of every congregation. Every 
Synod and every congregation can do 
likewise if they will. 

Stewardship Essay and Foster Contest 

The 25th Annual Stewardship Essay 
and Foster Contest will be held during 
the 1947 Stewardship Emphasis period, 
beginning on January 15th and closing 
March 15th. In this Silver Anniver¬ 
sary Year this educational project will 
find many new and old participants. 
It Is interesting to note how many 
prominent denominations are begin¬ 
ning to adopt this type of stewardship 
education. It reflects credit upon the 
vision of those who originally intro¬ 
duced it in our denomination, and 
upon those who pioneered in the effort 
through many difficult years. This is 
another splendid opportunity for thor¬ 
ough preparation for and participation 
in the Stewardship Enlistment 


Blessings on Yon 

In time of war the citizens of our 
country rendered a good stewardship, 
both on the front line and at the 
home base. In time of peace let the 
citizens of the Kingdom, which in¬ 
cludes all His devoted children, render 
a good stewardship unto God, so that 
we will not have another war! May 
the rich blessings of a loving God be 
with you all in this time of great 
opportunity: 


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Our Proposed Union with the 
Congregational Christian Churches 

Del William E. Lamfe: 


Early in 1941 an invitation came 
from the Commission on Intercburch 
Relations and Christian Unity of the 
Congregational Christian Churches to 
our Committee on Closer Relations 
with Other Churches to meet for in¬ 
formal conversation regarding the pos¬ 
sible union of the two denominations. 
A meeting was held March 18, 1941 
and a second meeting October 13, 1941. 
Report was made to the General 
Council of the Congregational Chris¬ 
tian Churches and to the General 
Hynod of the Evangelical and Re¬ 
formed Church in the spring of 1942. 
The General Synod by a rising vote 
unanimously authorized our committee 
to continue its conversations with the 
Congregational Christian Commission. 

During the next two years a number 
of joint meetings were held. The first 
provisional draft of the Basis of Union 
of the two Churches was published In 
March, 1943. It was widely distributed 
throughout the two Churches. The 
Joint Committee received many com- 
ments and suggestions, and in August, 
1943, issued another provisional draft. 
In March, 1944, the Joint Committee 
made parallel recommendations to the 
congregations. Associations and Con¬ 
ferences, and the General Council of 
the Congregational Christian Churches, 
and to the Synods and the Genera! 
Synod of the Evangelical and Re¬ 
formed Church. At the same time it 
submitted the third provisional draft 
of the Rosts of Union . Our Synods dis¬ 
cussed the recommendations and 23 of 
t h em reco r ded th ei r opi n i ons regard i ng 
the proposals for union and reported 
them to the General Bynod in 1944. 

The recommendations of the Joint 
Committee were in essence a plan of 
4 'Procedure” for cultivating mutual ac¬ 
quaintance. Nearly all of the Synods 
which expressed themselves approved 
the "Procedure,” 

At the General Synod of 1944 the 
report of our Committee on Closer Re¬ 
lations with Other Churches was pre¬ 
sented and the report of the committee 
to which it had been referred was re¬ 
ceived, The following resolution was 
adopted : "Having reviewed the report 
of the Committee on Closer Relations 
of the Churches, the General Synod 
adopts the Plan of Procedure as set 
forth in the Basis of Union which has 
been submitted to the General Synod 
by the Committee on Closer Relations.” 


The General Council of the Congre¬ 
gational Christian Churches (corre¬ 
sponding to our General Synod) unani¬ 
mously adopted the "Procedure” for 
union with our Church, The General 
Synod authorized our Committee on 
Closer Relations with Other Churches 
to continue the negotiations. 

During the intervening two years 
the three suggestions in the "Proce¬ 
dure” have been carried out at least 
in some degree: (1) promoting fellow¬ 
ship in areas where the two commu¬ 
nions are both well represented, (2) 
organizing the sending of leaders of 
either denomination into areas where 
the other denomination is not numeri¬ 
cally strong, and (3) aiding the con¬ 
gregations, Associations, Conferences, 
Synods, Boards and national agencies 
in such types of cooperative endeavor 
as will neither presuppose nor preju¬ 
dice ultimate union between the de¬ 
nominations. 

The fourth edition of the provisional 
draft of the Basis of Union was issued 
in October, 1944, A Primer of Union 
was published by the Joint Committee 
early in 1945, This pamphlet contains 
answers to many of the questions 
asked about the union, and many thou¬ 
sands of copies were distributed 
throughout the two denominations. It 
was printed in full In our Church pa¬ 
pers and in the 1946 Year Book. 

The Joint Committee made further 
changes in the provisional draft of the 
Basis of Union and published the Final 
Edition in September, 1945. 

Keen interest in the proposed union 
was manifest at the meeting of our 
Synods in the spring of 1945. At ah 
most every meeting there were present 
one or more representatives of the 
Congregational Christian Churches, 
and at many of the meetings of the 
Congregational Christian Associations 
and Conferences representatives of our 
Church were present. Many joint 
meetings, including those of Boards 
and agencies of the two Churches, 
were held. 

By January of 1946 it became evi¬ 
dent that there was a very strong de¬ 
sire on the part of both denominations 
that certain matters be given more 
attention and worked out more fully 
than had been done in the five editions 
of the provisional Basis of Union . On 
January 30, 1946, the Executive Com¬ 
mittee of the Congregational Christian 


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Churches expressed its judgment that 
"Before a vote be taken Anally upon 
the proposed union by any congrega¬ 
tion or other denominational unit suffi¬ 
cient time be taken to prepare a eup- 
plement to the present Basis of Union 
which, when completed, would be 
widely distributed and form part of 
the proposed plan of union which the 
regularly constituted bodies of both 
denominations (national, state, dis¬ 
trict, local) shall be asked to accept 
or reject. 

"And that the vote taken at the 
meeting of the General Council in 
June, 1946, be not upon the matter of 
reference to the churches, etc., but 
upon the preparation of such a supple¬ 
ment to the present Basis of Union 9 
which would include among other 
things: 

"(a) Definition of relationships 
which are to exist between the mis¬ 
sionary organizations of the denomina¬ 
tions as to administration, finance and 
nomenclature. 

"(b) Definition of the relationship 
which Is to exist between these organi¬ 
zations and the General Synod. 

“(c) Definition of the relationship 
between the Pension Boards of the two 
denominations and the relationship of 
these Boards to the General Synod. 

"(d) Definition of the place and 
function of the Conferences and Asso¬ 
ciations on the one hand and of the 
Synods on the other, and the proposed 
relationship between them. 

"(e) Provision for suitable denomi¬ 
national headquarters and suitable 
branches of the same. 

"(f) Provision for means of amend¬ 
ment. 

“(g) The preparation of such a sup¬ 
plement to be conducted by the organi¬ 
zations concerned (Boards, Annuity 
Fund, etc.) ufider the coordinating 
guidance of an able, practical commit¬ 
tee to be selected by tbe Commission 
on Inter church Relations and com¬ 
posed of persons of varying represen¬ 
tative opinions among whom the mem¬ 
bers of that Commission may he 
named." 

Our Administrative Committee on 
February 7th, 1946, met with our Com¬ 
mittee on Closer Relations with Other 
Churches. The joint group voted to 
recommend to the General Council 
that the proposed poll regarding union 
of our Church with the Congregational 
Christian Churches be not taken at the 
meetings of the Synods this spring. It 
further voted to recommend to the 
General Council that tbe planned joint 
meeting of our General Synod and the 
General Council of the Congregational 


Christian Churches at Grinnell, Iowa, 
in June of this year be postponed, but 
that our Committee on Closer Rela¬ 
tions with Other Churches and repre¬ 
sentative delegatee from our Church 
he sent to the Congregational Chris¬ 
tian meeting at Grinnell. It also voted 
that our Committee on Closer Rela¬ 
tions with Other Churches should 
meet with the Congregational Chris¬ 
tian Commission on Inter-Church Re¬ 
lations and Christian Unity to map 
out further procedure. The Adminis¬ 
trative Committee recommended to the 
General Council that our Committee 
on Closer Relations with Other 
Churches be authorized to associate 
with itself additional persons who, 
with similar representatives of the 
Congregational Christian Churches, 
shall study more carefully the Bans 
of Union , 

The General Council at Its annual 
meeting adopted all of the recommen¬ 
dations. It also made provision for the 
addition of five members to our Com¬ 
mittee on Closer Relations with Other 
Churches, to correspond more nearly 
with the membership of the Congrega¬ 
tional Christian Commission on Inter- 
Church Relations and Christian Unity.- 

The General Council of the Congre¬ 
gational Christian Churches met at 
Grinnell, Iowa, June 1S-25, 1946. 
Tw T enty-onG representatives of our 
Church met with them and partici¬ 
pated in the discussion regarding the 
proposed union. By a vote of 474 for, 
and four against, their General Coun¬ 
cil accepted the entire report of its 
Commission. It then voted to affirm 
its will to have the conversations look¬ 
ing toward union go forward without 
undue delay, and urged the appropri¬ 
ate officers of the Council and the 
Boards to consider the problems In¬ 
volved and seek their solutions with 
earnestness and dispatch. 

It authorized the Executive Com¬ 
mittee to call a special meeting of the 
Genera! Council in 1947 if the negotia¬ 
tions with the Evangelical and Re¬ 
formed Church warrant such actions. 

It recommended that the Executive 
Committee, the Committee on Inter¬ 
church Relations, and the state Con¬ 
ference officers arrange for as thorough 
and widespread an acquaintance as 
possible between ministers of the 
Evangelical and Reformed Church and 
the Congregational Christian Churches, 

In our Church all actions taken by 
the General Council or by the Joint 
Committee and its associates, and all 
other developments, are promptly an¬ 
nounced through the Church papers 
and in formal reports. 


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Facing the Facts 


Rev. Fred C. Scbweinfurth 

Executive Secretary, Department of Evangelism 


Statistics can be as dry as dust 
Again, they can be as startling and 
stimulating as a gripping short story. 
The latter Is true as we study the 
charts and analyze the tabulations In 
an effort to discover the strong and 
weak spots In the growth of our 


but with 1940 a steady, although not 
phenominal upward trend in growth 
has taken place. In five years we have 
increased our total membership by 
45,912, an average of 9185 per year, or 
by 6.9% since the beginning of 1940* 
In other words, it took approximately 




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Church through the past years* Of 
course, figures do not always give an 
accurate gauge of the spiritual status 
of a Church, but they do evidence an 
evangelistic potential and outreach on 
the part of a denomination* On the 
whole, the record is one of which we 


IS members plus a pastor , working 
over a period of jive years, to win one 
new member , and the majority of 
those added to the Church came 
through the channels of the confirma¬ 
tion class. 

In Chart 11 we have a breakdown of 



cannot be justly proud, but which 
leaves much room for improvement 
Chart I gives us a picture of mem¬ 
bership growth since the close of the 
year 1958 through 1945* In 1938, the 
total membership was 659,659* The 
next two years were marked by losses, 


Chart l , showing the highs and lows 
of net accessions. In 1940 we were 
startled by the decline in membership 
during the previous two years, and a 
special effort that year lifted us out 
of the depths. But we eased up again 
in 1942, having a net ratio for that 



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year of one new member per congre¬ 
gation. The next two years witnessed 
the inauguration of the Crusade for 
Christ (1943-44 ), The net accessions 
for those years validate the program. 
But, alas, the steady pull evidently 
got us, with the result that the net 
gain in 1945 is less than 70% of the 
net gain in 1944. 

In Chart III we have a graphic por¬ 
trayal of our gains and losses in 1945. 
In comparing the accessions of 1945 
with those of 1944 we note the follow¬ 
ing decreases: a) by confirm at ion, 259 
less; b) by transfer, 502 loss; c) by 
renewal of profession, 2425 less. Com¬ 
paring the losses of 1945 with 1944 we 
get the following: a) by death, 227 
less; b) by transfer, 12 less; c) by 


effort by Synods in detail. Some Syn¬ 
ods have records which give evidence 
of evangelistic aggressiveness, others 
of evangelistic apathy. In which of 
these tw r o categories is your Synod? 

Taking the 34 Synods into the total 
picture, we note that while in 1944 
two Synods suffered decreases in mem¬ 
bership, in 1945 every Synod showed 
a net gain. Evidently some congrega¬ 
tions were out to win new converts to 
Christ and His Church. The painful 
facts are that 455 congregations (1/6 
of our congregations) did not have 
one singe accession (by confirmation, 
transfer, or renewal) in 1945; and that 
1253 congregations (a little less than 
% ot our total number) showed no 
net gain in 1945. Breaking down these 


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erasure, now totaling 121,698 since 
1938, is a denominational malady, call¬ 
ing for a more effective method of 
assimilation and conservation of the 
membership. The reactivating of these 
people who were once members of the 
Church is a major responsibility. 

Our evangelistic ratio on total acces¬ 
sion has jumped two points over that 
of 1944, and on net accessions by 35*&. 
In other words, it took 76 members 
plus a pastor to gain a net increase of 
one new member in 1945. This is not 
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figures further, the startling revela¬ 
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duce MORE and BETTER CHRIS¬ 
TIANS. The Church grows by acces¬ 
sion as well as by character. We want 
both quantitative and qualitative 
Christians. To that end let us carry 
on a continuing and sustained evan¬ 
gelistic emphasis and endeavor. Per¬ 
haps 1946 and the ensuing years will 
have a more pleasing statistical story 
to tell us. 








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Directory of the Evangelical and 
Reformed Church 

as of October X, 1946 


Officers of the Church 

President, Rev- L. W. Goebel, 77 W. Washington St-, Chicago 2, 11 h 
First Vice-President , Rev- John Lentz, 123 Montgomery Ave., Norristown, Pa- 
Second Pice-President, Mr, Edward Dirks, 30 N, Kenmore Rd-, Indianapolis, Ind- 
SecretarYj Rev- William E. Lampe, 1305 Race St-, Philadelphia 2, Pa- 
Treasurer, Mr- F* A. Keck, 1720 Chouteau Ave-, St. Louis 3, Mo. 

Terms expire in 1947 1 Goebel, Lampe, Keck. 

Terms expire in 1930; Lentz, Dirks, 

President Emeritus , Rev. George W. Richards- 


The General Synod 


THE GENERAL COUNCIL 

Chairman, Roy. I* W* Goebel; Secre¬ 
tary, Rev. William E. Lampe; Rev. John 
Lentz; Mr, Edward Dirks, 50 N* Kenmore 
Rd*, Indianapolis, Ind* Mr. F* A. Keck, 
1720 Chouteau Ave*. St. Louis 3, Mo,; 
Revs* Harry D. Althouse, Gerhard W. 
Grauer* F* C* Klick, Allan S. Meek, Otto 
A. Muecke, Paul M* Schroeder* James E, 
Wagner, Scott R. Wagner; Messrs. John 
Atoeic, R* F, D* 1, Wamego, Kansas; 
Marshall R* Anspach, 1200 Campbell St., 
Williamsport 16, Pa*; John H* Bisenhauer* 
020 Market St.* Lewis burg, Pa.; Ralph H. 
Jordan, 401 National Bank Bldg., Bur¬ 
lington, Iowa; John W. Mueller, Paul 
Brown Bldg., St Louis, Mo.; Henry J. 
Schlundt* 2319 Lincoln Ave.* Evansville 
U, Ind.; Paul G* Schneider, 352 Dry den 
Ave** N* W*, Canton, Ohio; Leonard W* 
Swanson, 634 Baker Bldg.* Minneapolis* 
Minn. 

1947 : Klick* Meek, Muecke* S* E* Wagner, 
Abele, Eisenhauer, Jordan* Schnei¬ 
der* 


1950 : Althouse, Grauer, Schroeder J* E. 

Wagner, Anspach, Mueller* Schlundt. 

Swanson* 

Trustees 

1947 : The 21 members of the General 

Council* 

Administrative Committee 

Chairman* Rev, L. W* Goebel; Secre¬ 
tary, Rev. William E. Lampe; Revs. John 
Lentz. Allan S. Meek; Messrs* Edward 
Dirks, F* A- Keck, John W. Mueller* 

Committee on Finance and Budget 

Chairman, Mr. Edward Dirks, 50 N, 
Kenmore Road, Indianapolis, Ind.; Secre¬ 
tary, Mr* Henry J. Schlundt, 2319 Lincoln 
Ave., Evansville 14, Ind*; Revs. Gerhard 
W* Grauer* Scott R* Wagner; Messrs* F* 
A. Keck* Paul G* Schneider* 

Note: Throughout this Directory tfce 
year given is that in which the torn of 
office empires* The term** of committee# 
and delegates chosen by the Geneiat 
Synod and of committees and commis¬ 
sion* eftosen by the General Voimctt ex* 
pire in iftR 


Committee on Correlation ami 
Promotion 

Chairman, Rev* John Lentz: Secretary, 
Rev. William E. Lailffre; Revs* Silas P* 
Bittner, F* A* Goetsch* Otto A* Muecke- 
I* George Nace, Franklin I. Sheeder, Paul 
M* Schroeder, James E. Wagner; Mr. 
Ralph H* Jordan; Miss Florence A. Part¬ 
ridge. 

erector of United Promotion, Rev* J* 
N. LeVan ; Eastern Field Secretary, Rev* 
Lawrence C. T* Miller; Western Field 
Secretary, Rev* Carl W. Klein; Manager 
of Bureau of Visual Aids* Rev* Herbert 
H. Casselman. 

Committee on StewanlMlit]) 

Chairman, Rev. James E* Wagner.; 
Secretary, Rev* William f * Lampe; Revs* 
S. E. Birkner, Rein hard Krause* J. N. 
LeVan, Paul M. Schroeder; Mmes* John 
R* Frantz, H. L, V. Shinn; Miss Anna 
M* Snyder. 

Additional members for Stewardship 
Enlistment Period: Revs. Silas P. Bittner, 
William F* DeLong, F* A* Goetsch* Huber 
F* Klemme, I. George Nace, Fred C* 
Schweinf urth, Franklin I* Sheeder; Miss 
Florence A. Partridge. 

Stewardship Enlistment Director, Rev. 
James W. Bright, 

Commission on World Service 

Chairman, Rev, Calvin H. Wingert; 
Recording Secretary* Miss Florence A. 
Partridge. 

Committees: 

Promotion and Finance: Chairman, Rev. 
David D* Baker; Revs* Mathias Darocpy* 
F. A, Goetsch* J, N, I^eVan* Edward L, 
Schlingman, S. J* Schmlechen; Mr, F* A. 
Keck; Mrs* Melvin E, Beck. 

Ditropean Relief and Reconstruction* 
Oil airman. Rev, William L- Rest; Revs. 
Barnabas Dienes, Elmer H. Hoefer* John 
Lentz, George W, Richards; Messrs* 
Charles H. Noss, Jacob Vogel ; Miss Flor¬ 
ence A* Partridge, 

Asiatic Relief and Reconstruction: Revs. 
F* A* Goetsch, Paul H* Schulz* 

Men and Women in Senuce; Chair¬ 
man, Rev. Ben M. Herbster; Revs* Hel¬ 
mut G. Buchmueller, Ernst J* F. Dettbarn, 
Charles F. Freeman* Calvin H. Wingert. 

Army and Navy Chaplains: Chairman, 
Rev. Calvin H* wingert; Secretary* Rev, 
William E* Lampe; Rev* Charles Enders. 



Comp Communities, Migrant Groups: 
Rev, L George Nace; Mrs* Jesse M. 
Mengel, 

Post War National Service; Chairman, 
Rev. Elmer J. F. Arndt ; Revs* Robert C. 
Stanger* Jerome A, Wenner; Mrs. V t tlliam 
Kennel. 

Executive Secretary, Rev* Henry C* 
Koch; Director, Departments of Men and 
Women in Service and Chaplains, Rev. 
F* L. Fesperman; Counselor with War- 
wounded, Rev* Harold H, Wilke; Direc¬ 
tor, Department of Material Aid, Mr. 
Loren Walters* 

Committee on Liturgies 

Chairman* Rev. George W. Richards; 
Revs* Scott F* Brenner, Purd E. Deitz. 
Robert C* Stanger* 


Judicial Commission 

Chairman, Rev, Os win S, Frantz; Revs. 
John H. Buescher, John N, Garner, Wal¬ 
ter R* Grunewald* Theodore Hauek. Ed¬ 
win F. Mayer. H. Richard Niebuhr; 
Messrs* Allen G* Algler, Warren C. M* 
Hinckley, Fred C* Heitkamp* Donald I* 
Helfferich, Gardner A. Sayres. 

Committee on Closer Relations 
with Other Clmrcliea 

Chairman, Rev, George W. Richards; 
Revs. John C* Gieser* L, W, Goebel, G. W. 
Grauer, John R. C* Haas, Nevin C. 
Harner* John Lentz, S* D* Press, Paul M, 
Schroeder ; Messrs. Roberts R* Appel* John 
W* Mueller* Paul N* Schaeffer. 


Delegates to the Federal Council 
of Churches 

Revs* Paul J* Bandore, L W. Goebel. 
G* W* Grauer. Theo, F- Herman, William 
F, Kosman, William E. Lampe, J, N* Le- 
Van, Geo. W. Richards* F, W* Schroeder, 
Scott R. Wagner; Messrs* Alfred C, 
Alspaeh, Fred W, Rasche; Mrs* F* A. 
Churchill* 


Delegates to the Alliance of 
Reformed Churches 

Revs. William F. DeLong, L. W. Goebel* 
Paul Grosshuesch* William F* Kosman 
Henry E* Lambrecht, William E. Lampe, 
J. N* LeVan, H* H. Lohans, Otto A, 
Muecke, Howard Obold, S, D. Press, Geo* 
W* Richards, Chas. E. Schaeffer. Freder¬ 
ick W* Schroeder* Paul M. Schroeder, 
Robert C* Stanger, Howard J. B* Ziegler; 
Messrs. E* M* Hartman, Harry H Paisley. 


Delegates to the World Council 
of Churches 


Revs. George W, Richards* L* W* Goebel* 


BOARDS AND AGENCIES 

Board of National Missions 

President; Rev* Purd E* Deitz; First 
Vice-President* Rev, F* R* Daries; Second 
Vice-President, Rev* H. Nevin Kerst; 
Recording Secretary, Rev* Charles Enders ; 
Treasurer* General Fund, Mr. Maurice G, 
Upson, S3& Lemcke Bldg*. Indianapolis* 
Ind. r Treasurer, Building Fund* Mr. Oscar 
C* Grueninger* 5332 Tholozan Ave*. St. 
Louis* Mo*; Revs* Detlev Baltzer. Josias 
Friedlt* H. H. Lohans, Paul R. Pontius; 
Messrs. Roberts R. Appel, R. Paul Smith: 
Mmes, Mae Friday Ashbrook, Jesse M, 
Mongol* • 

1947; Grueninger, Baitzcr, Friedli, Lo- 
hans. Pontius, Smith, Men gel. 


1950 : 


Delta* Darios* Kern* 
son* Appel, Ashbrook. 


Enders, Lip- 


Genera 1 Secretary* Rev. I, George Nace ; 
Eastern Field Secretary* Rev. Ralph S. 
Weiler; Western Field Secretary, Rev. H* 
R* Gebhardt; Secretary of Hungarian 
Work* Rev* Alex. Toth; Secretary of 
Town and Country Church* Rev. Claude 
J* Snyder; Missionary at large for the 
Northwest, Rev* Paul Jueling, 


Committee on Town and Country 
Church: Chairman, Rev, Win. J. Rupp ; 
Secretary, Rev* Ernest F. Noltc; Revs. 
Richard F* Kuretsch* Robert F. Richter, 
A* E. Shenberger, Mr, Charles S* Adams; 
Mrs, Fred F, Berry* 

1947 ; Rupp, Nolle, Shenberger. 

1950; Kuretsch* Richter, Adams, Berry. 


Board of International Missions 

President, Rev* T. W. Hoernemann; 
First Vice-President, Rev, J. Otto Roller; 
Second Vice-President* Miss Ruth Hein- 
miller; Recording Secretary, Rev. G, H, 
Gebhardt; Revs. Nevin C. Harner, Eimer 
H, Heeler* Edgar F* Hoffmeier, August 
C. Rasche, Theodore R. Schmale: G. W. 
Hartman, M.D.; Mr* Paul H. Schulz. 

1947 : Hoernemann, Heinmiller, Harner, 
Hoefer, Rasche, 

1950 : Reller, Gebhardt. Hoffmeier. 
Schmale* Hartman* Schulz* 


Executive Secretary, Rev. F. A. Goetsch ; 
Associate Executive Secretaries, RevS. 
Dobbs F, Ehlman, Theophil H* Twente; 
Treasurer and Assistant Secretary, Rev. 
John H, Poor man. 


Hoard of Christian Education 
and Publication 

President, Prof. Theo* W. Mueller; 
Vice-President, Rev, Reinhard Krause; 
Secretary* Rev. William J. Rupp: Treas¬ 
urer, Prof. Martin W* WItmer, 173 Main 
St.* Trapp e* Col lege villo. Pa.; Revs. Ger- 
son S. Engelmann. Louis H. Gunnemann, 
Ralph Ll Holland* Robert C, Stanger, 
Allen G. Wehrli; Prof. H* A* Pflug; 
Mines. Emma Bomhard, Sara Gorman* 
1947* Mueller, Rupp, Gunnemann* Pflug, 
Bomhard* Gorman. 

1950: Krause, Wlttncr, Engelmann* Hol¬ 
land, Stanger* Wehrli, 

Executive Secretary, Rev, Franklin I* 
Sheeder* 

Staff: Director of Children's Work, 
Miss Bernice A* Buehler; Director of 
Junior High Work* Miss Ethel A. Shellen- 
berger; Director of Youth Work* Rev, 
Robert D. Rrodt; Director of Adult Work, 
Rev. Oscar J. Rumpf; Director of Leader¬ 
ship Training. Rev. —-— --; 

Director of Camps and Summer Schools. 
Rev. Edward L, Schl logman : Director of 
Student Work, Rev. Charles W* Sehwan- 
tes: Director of Publications, Rev, Fred 
D. Wentzel; Literature Consultant* Miss 
Greta P* Hinkle; Editor Church School 
Publications, Rev, F, E, McQueen; Asso¬ 
ciate Editors, Rev* E* A. G, Hermann* 
Misses Rose Marie Kniker, Marie Rose 
Remmel, 

Executive offices and staff, Philadel¬ 
phia; editorial offices and staff. St, Louis. 

Youth Cabinet: Chairman, Miss Kath¬ 
ryn M. Kline, Westminster Choir College, 
Princeton, N. J*; Co-Chairman, Rev* Rob¬ 
ert D. Brodt: Vice Co-Chairman. Miss 
Doris E* Faar* Fellowship Center. 902 
Tyler St,* St* Louis 3. Mo*; Secretary, 
Miss Elinor Faetzold, 45 Ridgewood Ave., 





Irvington 11, N. J,: Treasurer, Mr. Ger¬ 
hard! E. Wallies, 6626 N. Rockwell St. T 
Chicago, Ill,: Messrs, Albert Buhan, Roy 
Lausman ; Misses Jean M. Erfoeldlng, Mae 
Grow, Helen Holt. Janet Koch, Anna M. 
Snyder, Advisers: Revs. A. Wilson Cheek. 
Nevin C, Harner, Theo. J. Rasche; Prof, 
H, A, Pflug; Mrs. Kenneth E. Bishop: 
Miss Ethel A, Shellenberger, 


Board of DiihIii^nh Management 

President, Rev, Henry I. Stahr; Vice- 
President, Rev. Robert C. Kienle: Secre¬ 
tary, Rev, Erich E. Lcibner; Treasurer, 
Mr, William C. Mingle, 473 Mineola Ave., 
Akron, Ohio ; Revs. James W. Bright, Lee 
M, Erdman, Oscar H. Zwilling; Messrs. 
F. W. Heuermann, George W. Hummel, 
Fred A, Kaiser, David A, Miller, W. H. 
Witte, 

1946: Erdman, twilling, Kaiser. 

1347; Stahr, Heuermann, Miller, Witte, 
i960: Kienle, Leibner, Mingle, Bright 
Hummel, 


Hoard of Pension a and lie lief 

President, Rev, Orris W, Haulman: 
Vice-President, Mr. John F. Ruehlmann : 
Revs. William H, Bollman, A, Dreusicke, 
W, R. Grunewald, Paul T. Sllnghoft, 
Henry H* Wintermeyer ■ Messrs. Ray¬ 
mond F. Blerbaum. A. Calvin Frantz. A. 
Paul Gerhart, Fred G. Rapp, Daniel H, 
Schultz. 

1947 : BoUman Dreusicke, Slinghoff. Bier- 
baum, Frantz, Rapp. Schultz. 

1950: Haul man, Ruehlmann, Grunewald, 
Wintermeyer, Gerhart, 

Secretary and Treasurer, Rev. Silas P. 
Bittner. 

"E" Fund Board; Ruehlmann, Bittner. 
Dreusicke. Wintermeyer, Rapp. 

"R' + Fund Board: Haul man. Bollman. 
Slinghoff, Frantz, Gerhart. 


Board of Investment* 

• Chairman. Rev, J. A, George: Vice- 
Chairman. Rev. John C, Gieser: Secretary, 
Mr. Louis W. Fischer, 33 N, LaSalle St,. 
Chicago 96, Ill. : Treasurer, Mr. Elmer H. 
Tiedemann, 211 Myrtle Ave,, Elmhurst, 
III,: Trustee, Mr, W, M, Helz. 

1947: George, Fischer. 

1950 : Gieser, Tiedemann. Helz. ^ 


The Theological Seminary, 

Lancaster, Pa. 

Members of the Corpora lion 

President, Mr. John B. Kutiz; Vice- 
president, A* B. Schnader. M.D,: Secre¬ 
tary, Mr. C. E. Zimmerman, ML Pleasant, 
Pa,; Ass’t Secretary, Mr. Samuel E. Ba se¬ 
ll ore. Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Treasurer. 
Provident Trust Co.. Philadelphia, Pa.: 
Messrs. William E, Alexander. Marshall 
R. Anspaeh, T. Roberts Appel, Victor A. 
Barnhart, Reuben J, Butz, Isaac C. 
Eberly, George W. Hartman. John C. 
Krebs, H. Wilson Lark, Robert L, Schaef¬ 
fer, Paul F. Schminke, D, J. Snyder. 

1946 (Dec. 31) : Anspaeh, Butz, Hartman, 
Lark, Schaeffer. 

1947 (Dec, 31): Schnader, Basehoro, 
Krebs. 

1943 (Dec, 31 >: Kunz. Zimmerman, Ap¬ 
pel. Barnhart. Schmmke, Snyder. 
1950 (Dec. 31) : Eberly. 

Board of Visitors 

Revs, T, A. Alsp&ch, Harry D. Alt- 
house, Albert S. Ascndorf, Paul J. Pun- 


dore. Howard S. Fox, Carl G, Haass, 
William F. Kosman, John Lentz, Clarence 
T, Moyer, George L. Roth f Floyd R. 
Shafer, Ernest J. Strassburger, Calvin H. 
Wlngert. 


Board of Hi rectors of Eden Theological 
Seminary 

Chairman, Rev. Louis W. Stolte; Secre¬ 
tary, Rev. Alfred F. Alberswerth; Treas¬ 
urer, Mr, Herbert W, Ziercher, 52 S. Cen¬ 
tral Ave., Clayton, Mo.; Assistant Treas¬ 
urer, Mr. E. H, Schultz, Jr,: Revs. Henry 
W. Dinkmeyer, Gerhard A, Friz, Walter 
B, Leis, Reinhold Niebuhr, Theodore S. 
Schlundt, Jr., Arthur P, Schnatz, Mr. J. 
H. Landwehr. 

1947; Stolte, Alberswerth, Ziercher, 
Schultz, Dinkmeyer* Schn&tz, Leis, 
Friz. 

1950: Niebuhr, Schlundt, Landwehr. 


Hoard of Director* of Mission House 

President. Mr. R. H. Mueller, 1601 N. 
6th St., Sheboygan, Wls.: Secretary, 
President Paul Grosshuesch; Treasurer. 
Rev. E. 1^. Worth man; Revs. Harry W. 
Baumer, H, A. Behrens, Edmond M. De- 
Buhr, A. H. Elshoff, E. C. Jaberg. E. H. 
ICatterhenry, A. M. Krueger, W. H. 
S ch link man n ; Messrs. E. F. Bloemker, F. 
Koen Igkraem cr, 

1947: DeBuhr, Elshoff. Schlinkmann. Koe- 
n Igkraem er. 

1943; Mueller, Behrens, Jaberg. Krueger, 
1950: Worthman, Balmier, Katterhenry, 
Bloemker, 


Hoard of Director* of EImhur*t 
College 

Chairman, Mr. Paul A. Jans, 512 Madi¬ 
son. Birmingham. Mich.: Vice-Chairman, 
Rev. F, Frank enfold : Secretary, Rev, Er¬ 
win R. Koch: Treasurer, Mr. Anton C. 
Negri, 228 N, LaSalle St.. Chicago. III.: 
Revs. Michael Baas, Armin Haeussler, J. 
P. Meyer, William F. Naefe, George Son- 
neborn. Amo A. Zimmerman; Messrs. 
Geoi'ge C. Bulk, Eugene R. Dramm. L. M* 
Hummerechmldt, F, W. Rase he. George P. 
Wirth, Jr.; Mmes, Albert J. Ehlers, H, E. 
Schultz. Jr. 

1947: Jam, E. R. Koch, Negri, Baas, 
Meyer, Zimmerman, Bulk, Dramm, 
Edwin J, A. Koch, 

1 950: Frankenfeld, Haeussler, E. J, A. 
Koch, Naefe, Sonnebom, Hammer* 
Schmidt, Rasche, Ehlers, Schultz. 
Wirth. 


Hoard of Trustee* of Franklin A 
Marshall College 

President, Mr, Paul Kieffer; First Vice* 
President, Hon. William A, Schnader; 
Second Vice-President, Mr. William 
Shand; Secretary-Treasurer, Mr. Donald 
M. Mylln; Revs. John L Barnhart, Lee 
M. Erdman. Edgar F. Romfg. Paul T. 

Stonesifcr, Scott R. Wagner; Judge Wal¬ 
ter 1. Anderson : Messrs. Joseph H. Appel, 
John L. Atlee, Charles G, Baker, William 
S. Rertolet, Harry M, Bitner, John S, 

Cochran. John K. Evans, Frank D. Fack- 
enthal, Fred B. Gernerd, Joslah W. Gltt, 
Jr., William H. Hager, John M, Jamison. 
John E. Livingood, Henry J, Marshall. 

John D. Meyer, S. G. Pontius, H. W. 

Pretttis, Jr., Henry A, Reninger, A. H. 
Rothermel, Wayne C, Yaeger, Rufus E, 
Zimmerman. 


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1947: Evan®, Hager, Jamison, 

1948: Wanner, Renlnger, Zimmerman. 
1949: Kieffer* Atlee. Schnader. 

1950: Cochran, Meyer, Pontius. 

1951: Barnhart, Gitt* Yaeger* 

1958: Appel, Baker, Bitner. 

1958: Anderson, Fackenthal, Stone®ifer, 
1954 : Bertolat* Gernerd, Livingood, 
1955; Shand, Erdman, Marshall. 

1866: Romig* Prentte, Rothermel. 


Board of Trustees of Heidelberg 
College 

President, Mr. George C* Kalbfteiach, 
North Plank Road, Tiffin, Ohio: Vice- 
President, Hon. Allan G. Algler; Secre¬ 
tary, Rev. H. Grady Shoffner; Secretary 
Emeritus, Rev. A. C. Shuman; Treasurer, 
Mr. Russell G, Frantz. Heidelberg College, 
Tiffin, Ohio: Revs, G. S. Engelmann* B. E. 
Eshmeyer* V. P. Frohne. Otto R. Gerber, 
O. W. Haulman, T. W. Hoernemann, Karl 
Koepke, H. E. Phelffer, H. L, V. Shinn, 
Matthew Worthman; Messrs. Melvin H. 
Bixler, Walton B. Bliss. Julius E. Bohn, 
Bd&on J. Brown, R. C. Chamberlain, Karl 
W, Christman, Earl R* Frost, Jay L, 
Goodin, Leo Kirsch* R. F. Machamer, 
George W, Merz* Frank A. Setbeiiing, 
John H. Shively, Glen O. Smith : Misses 
Grace M. Bare Is, Florence A, Partridge. 
1947: Algler, Eshmeyer* Hoernemann, 
Worthman, Bliss, Shively. Smith. 

1948 : Shoffner, Shuman, Frohne, Gerber. 

Shinn, Brown, Merz. 

1949 ; Kalbfleisch, Koepke* Pheiffier, Cham¬ 

berlain, Christman, Goodin, Seiber- 
llng* Bareis, Partridge. 

1950 : Engelmann* Haulman* Bixler, Bohn, 

Frost, Klrsch, Machamer. 


Board of Trustees of Catawba College 

President, Bev, Banks J. Peeler, Lex¬ 
ington, N. C.: Vice-President, Mr. Walker 
Lyeriy, Hickory, N* C. - Secretary, Mr. 
Russel] W. Whitcner, Newton, N. C.: 
Treasurer, Mr. George A. Fisher, Salis¬ 
bury, N, C,; President of the College, Dr. 
A, R. Keppel; Member Emeritus, Dr, 
Edgar Whitcner, High Point, N. C.; Revs, 
H. D, Althouse, Nelson Brown, H, A, 
Fesperman, O. S. Frantz, J, N. LeVan* 
A W* Newell, John C. Peeler, C, Kevin 
Stamm: Messrs. J. W. Abernethy, Herbert 
W. Coble, L, A, Corriher, Clifford A. 
Peeler, John W* Peeler. A. A* Shu ford, 
Jr,, A. L, Shu ford, Jr., Fred J, Stan back : 
Judge Wilson Warliek; Drs. W. Augusta 
Lantz, Stahle Linn, Caroline MeNalry. 
1947 : Fisher, J. C. Peeler, Corriher, J. W* 
Peeler, 

1948: Althouse, Frantz, LeVan* Coble, C, 
A. Peeler, A L. Shuford, Jr., Lantz. 
Linn. 

1949 : Lyerly, Stanb&ck, Warliek* Mc- 
Nairy. 

1950: Brown, Fesperman, Newell. Stamm. 
1951: E, J. Peeler, R. W. Whitener, 
Abernethy, A A. Shuford* Jr. 


Board of Trustees of Cedar Crest 
College 

President* Mr. Frank M. Cressman* £30 
g. 17th St. Allentown, Pa.; Revs, A, M, 
Bill man E. O. Butkofsky, Harold F. 
Hafer L* Valmore Hetrick, W. Sherman 
Kerschner, Simon Sipple, Perry L. Smith, 
Daniel J. Wetzel; Messrs. N. M. Balliett 
Reuben J. Butz* Jeremy Fischer. Edward 
S. Fretz, Elmer E. Helmbach, Bichard H. 
Klein, Harry J. I.erch, J. Nevin Moyer, 
John A. Rupp, R, P. Wolfersberger; Dr. 


William L. Fink; Hons* Fred B, Gernerd* 
Webster Grim. William A Schnader; 
Frank M. Trexler; Profs. Fred W. Diehl, 
John S. Gold; Mmes. Lewi® L. Anewalt* 
Jacob Sotter; Miss Mary L. Hess. 

1948 : Billman, Butkofsky, Cre&sman, 

Fretz, Gold, Grim, Lerch, Sipple. 
Wetzel* 

1949 : Fink, Gernerd, Hafer, Heim bach. 

Hess, Klein* Moyer, Rupp* Schnader. 
Trexler. 

1950: Anewalt* Balliett, Butz* Diehl. 
Fisher, Hetrick. Kerstihner, Smith. 
Sotter. Wolfersberger. 


Board of Directors of Unslnug College 

President* Dr. Harry E. Paisley, 1988 
N, Sixth St, Philadelphia 22, Fa.: First 
Vice-President, Mr. Thomas E. Brooks, 
Red Lion, Fa.; Second Vice-President, Mr. 
Francis J, Glldner* Commonwealth Bldg., 
Allentown, Pa,; Secretary and Treasurer. 
Mr, Ralph F, Wismer, Trappe, Pa,; Revs. 
T* A. Alspach, George W* Henson. W, 
Sherman Kerschner* Whorten A. Kline* 
John Lentz, James M. Niblo; Messrs. 
Charles A. Behney, Walter R, Douthett. 
Edwin M. Fogel, Edward S. Fretz, Donald 
L. Helfferlch, Ralph E, Miller, Charles H. 
Noes, George E, Pfahler, Chester R. Rob¬ 
bins, Ernest C* Wagner; President N, E, 
McClure; Mmes, R. D- Evans, Rhea Dur- 
yea Johnson : Miss Irene F, Laub. 

1947 : Paisley, KUne, Behney, Helfferich. 

1948 : Wismer, Miller, Johnson, Laub* 

1949 : Gildner, Noss* Robbins. 

1950 : Alspach, Kerschner, Fogel, Fretz, 

Pfahler* Evans* 

1951: Brooks, Jenson. Lentz, Niblo* Dout¬ 
hett, Wagner, McClure. 

Board of Trustees of Hood College 

President* Mr, R. Paul Smith* c/o Po¬ 
tomac Edison Co.* Hagerstown* Md,; 
Vice-President, Mr. James H. Gambrlll* 
Jr.; Secretary, Miss Catherine A, Thomas, 
Hood College. Frederick, Md.; Treasurer. 
Mr. Raymond I, Ford, Hood College* 
Frederick, Md.; President of the College, 
Dr. Henry T, Stahr; Revs- Wayne H. 
Bowers, Elmer G. Homrighausen* Henri 
L. G. Kieffer, David Lockart, Howard 
Oboid: Messrs, Holmes D. Baker* Oscar 
B, Coblentz, Andrew K, Coffman, William 
T, Delaplaine, James Hughes* John D, 
Meyer, John C* Motter* Joseph H* Neff. 
Frank P. Will* Willard K. Wise. Rufus 
E. Zimmerman: Mmes, Robert J* Allen. 
William p. Richardson, J* Parsons Schaef¬ 
fer* Winfield S. Zehrung; Misses Margaret 
R. Motter, Katherine Wehler. 

1947 ; Lockart, Baker, Wise, Richardson, 
Wehler. 

194S: Obold, Coffman, Zimmerman. 

1949 : Homrighausen, Meyer, Neff* Allen, 
M. R, Motter* 

1950: Gambrlll, Hughes, Will* 

1951: Bowers. Delaplaine, Smith, Schaef¬ 
fer, Zehrung* 

1952 : Kieffer, Coblentz, J. C* Motter* 


Board nf Regents of Mercersburg 
Academy 

President* Dr. Earl L- Douglass; Vice- 
President, Admiral Joel T. Boone; Secre¬ 
tary and Treasurer* Mr, J. M, Drumm : 
Drs* Joseph H* Apple* A* Ft. Keppel, 
Hobart D. McKeehan, Paul H, Musser* 
Paul M* Schroeder, Alfred E. Stearns, 
John Timothy Stone; Rev. Irvin A. Raub- 
enhold; Messrs. Junius F. Fishburn. 
George R. Hanks, L. Vinton Hershe.v. 
Hans W. Nolde, B* A* Stlckell, Henry B, 
Swoope, Jr., Charles Robert Todd, Samuel 


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W. Traylor, Ernest T* Trigg; Gen, Mer- 
ritte w. Ireland: Judges Harvey 0. 
Blckel. W- Heber Dlthrteh- 


1940: Boone, Ap 


. _Apple, 

Hanks, Hershey, Swoope. Todd. 


Schroeder, Fish burn* 


1047- Douglass, Drumm* Keppel, Museer, 
Stick ell, Trigg, Ireland. 

1948: McKeehan, Stearns. Stone. Rauben- 
hold, Noide, Traylor, BIckel, Dith- 
rich* 


Hoard of Trustee* of Mn win mitten 
Academy 

President, Rev, A. M. Gluck; Vice- 
President, Mr. R. Paul Smith; Secretary, 
Mr. J. J- Sperry; Treasurer, Mr. B. Wag¬ 
ner : Rev. Allan S. Meek; Messrs. John S, 
Cole, CL Vernon Eddy, Archie E. Fisher, 
E. W, Newman, Charles H* Noss* John 
Saylor, Henry J Seibert, Howard K. 
Stlckell, C* O. Wood; Mrs, Paul B. Carter, 
Headmaster, H* J, Benchoff. 

1945; Gluck, Smith, Newman, Seibert, 
Carter. 

1946 : Sperry, Cole, Fisher, Nose, Wood- 
1947: Meek, Eddy, Saylor, Stlckell. 

Com infusion on Evangellcon 

Chairman, Rev. Arnold E. Klick; Vice- 
Chairman* Rev, John A* Biogeleisen; Sec¬ 
retary, Rev, Reuben j, Schroer: Treas¬ 
urer, Mr, Arthur W. Meyer, 4055 Nelson 
St. Chicago 41* HI.; Revs, A, Odell Leon¬ 
ard, Paul Press, Jr-; Messrs. Henry C- 
Heckerman* Theodore S. Kniker* John N, 
Land. H- G, Wille. 

1947: Biegeleisen, Leonard, Kniker* Land* 
Wille. 

1950: RUck, Schroer* Press, Heckerman, 
Meyer, 

Executive Secretary, Rev. Fred C- 
Schweinfurth- 

Commlanion on Christian Social Adlan 

Chairman, Rev. Elmer J, F. Arndt: 
Vice-Chairman, Rev. John Sommerlatte; 
Secretary-Treasurer* Rev. Charles D. 
Spotts: Revs, William Y- Gebhard, Wil¬ 
lard A, Kratz, W- A. Wcrth; Prof. Walter 
L- Obold; Rev- E. H, Schwengel; Mr, A. 
L. Shuford, Mrs. John W- Flucke, 

1947: Sommerlatte, Spotts, Werth, Obold, 
Flucke, 

1950; Arndt, Gebhard* Kratz, Schwengel, 
Shu ford. 

Exec u t i ve Sec retary F Rev, Hube r F. 
Klemme. 

Comm fusion on Higher Education 

President: Rev. D, J. Wetzel; Secre¬ 
tary, Rev, Henry I. Stahr; Revs, Titus A- 
Alspach, A- M, B1 liman, Erwin H. Bode. 
Harvey A* Fesperman, John R, C. Haas, 
Ben M. Herbster* Ralph L. Holland, Wil¬ 
liam F. Kosman* F. C, Rueggeberg, 
Franklin I- Sheeder* Fred Stoerker, Arthur 
W. Newell; the presidents of the educa¬ 
tional Institutions. 

1947 : Billman, Herbster* Holland, Kos¬ 

man, Rueggeberg* Stoerker. 

1950: Alspach, Bode- Fesperman* Haas, 
Newell, Wetzel, 

Comminalon on benevolent Institution* 

President. Rev- Joseph A, George; Vice- 
President. Rev, H. C, Kcliermeyer; Secre¬ 
tary, Ray* Alvin J. Munstermann; Treas¬ 
urer, Rev, Walter Merzdorf; Revs, D. A. 
Bode, Lee M. Erdman: Messrs. Walter 
Meek. L. W- Swanson ; one representative 
of each benevolent institution. 

1947: Erdman, Swanson 
I960 : Bode, Meek, 


Church men‘a Ur other hood 

President, Mr. Martin W. Zeller, 905 W, 
5th St, Washington* Mo.; Vice-President, 
Dr- George W. Hartman, 801 N, 3rd St,, 
Harrisburg, Fa,: Recording Secretary, Mr, 
William Hitchcock. 14204 Savannah St., 
Cleveland. Ohio; Treasurer. Mr, Louie D. 
Fanselow, 6563 Northwest Highway* Chi¬ 
cago 31* Hi,; Revs- S. E. Birkner, Ernst 
A- Fiepenbrok* William Toth : Messrs* 
Paul Debs* Oliver Mehler* Harold S* 
Scheffey. 

Executive Secretary, Rev. E, J* Wester- 
beck, Western Office* 1720 Chouteau A ve¬ 
st. Louis 3* Mo*: Associate Secretary, 
Rev. Warren A. Breisch, Eastern Offlce, 
1505 Race St-, Philadelphia 2. Pa* 


Women’ll Guild 

President, Mrs. E, Hoy Corman, 909 
Rebecca St-* Pittsburgh 21* Pa.: First 
Vice-President, Mrs. V- J. Bartell, 5020 
LaFontaine Ave., Detroit 24 t Mich.: Sec¬ 
ond Vice-President, Mrs* Guy A* Bench- 
off. Woodstock, Va*; Third Vice-Presi¬ 
dent* Mrs* P. H* Lane. 3218 Plum St,* 
New Orleans 18, La. : Fourth Vice-Presi¬ 
dent* Mrs* Banks J, Peeler, 141 W, First 
Ave.* Lexington, N. C-; Secretary, Mrs- 
WUUam C. Treston, 3411 Warden Drive, 
Philadelphia 29, Pa.; Treasurer* Miss 
Frances Kapitzky* Strasburg, Ohio, Mem¬ 
bers elected by the General Synod; Mme$, 
Arthur R. Aehtemeier* MonUcello. Wis., 
Allen G. Wehrli, 114 Park Road, Webster 
Groves 19* Mo* 

Departmental Chairmen; Christian Citi¬ 
zenship* Mrs. Ralph L. Holland, 4266 
Boll man St*, Indianapolis 3, Indiana; 
Education. Mrs* Allen G- Wehrli. 114 
Park Road, Webster Groves 19, Mo.: 
Membership, Mrs. Clair V. Rhodes, 1806 
Radcliffe Ave., Louisville 10, Ky.; Mis¬ 
sionary, Mrs. David D. Baker, 515 Lake 
Ave-, Webster Groves 19, Mo.: Social 

Service* —-— —-— -- 

—— -; Spiritual Life, Mrs. Charles 

J- Schwantes* 1505 Race St., Philadelphia 
2, Pa,; Stewardship, Mrs. John B. Frantz* 
1028 Eel lev! ew Ave., Pottstown, Pa,; 
Thank Offering* Mrs* Fred F* Berry, Box 
96, Wood River, I1L 

1947 : Ach tern e ter * Wehrli. 

1949 : AU except the two representatives 
of the Church* 


Staff: Executive Secretary* Miss Flor¬ 
ence A. Partridge; Secretary of Litera¬ 
ture, Miss Lael A. Henderson ; Secretary 
of Promotion and Field Work, Miss Sam 
A* Bowman; Secretary of Girls’ Guilds, 
Miss Ethel A- Shellenberger. 

All of the staff are at the headquarters 
office* 2969 W* 25th St*. Cleveland 13. 
Ohio, with the exception of Miss Shellen¬ 
berger, whose office is at 1505 Race St., 
Philadelphia 2* Pa. 


Cooperative Council of Missionary 
Education 

President* Rev. F. A- Goetsch; Vice- 
President, Miss Florence A* Partridge, 
2969 W, 25th St,* Cleveland 13, Ohio. 
Secretary-Treasurer, Rev. I. George Nace ; 
Revs, Franklin I, Sheeder* E. J. Wester- 
beck* 

Director, Rev. Gilbert W. Schxoer. 


Editors of the Church Papers 

The Messenger, Revs. David D* Baker, 
Theodore C. Braun (Asst, Ed.) ; Frtedens- 
bote. Rev. Otto Press; Rev. Carl F. Hey I 
(Assistant Editor!. 


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Ordinations 

The following record of Ordinations includes all those that were officially 
reported to the Office of the Secretary of the Church either by the presidents of 
the Synods or by the officiating committees* They cover the period ending 
August 1, 1946, 


July, 1944 

2* Rev. Paul Lester Kahn in Zwfngli 
Church, Souderton T Pa* 

March, 1945 

20* Rev* William E. Wimer in Mount 
Hermon Church* Philadelphia* 
Pa* 

April, 1945 

8. Rev, Harold L. Kamenz in Christ 
Church, Belleville, Ill. 

S. Rev. Myron F, Schmitt in St 
John's Church, Manitowoc, Wis. 

July, 1945 

8* Rev, Robert E* Koenig in Salem 
Church* Chicago* 111. 

August, 1945 

26* Rev* Paul F* Umbeck in Nazareth 
Church* Chicago* III* 

October, 1945 

19. Rev. John E, Iliff in Trinity 
Church, East Petersburg, Fa, 

21, Rev* Ray E. P* Abbott in Salem 
Church, Catasauqua, Pa* 

21* Rev* J* Blaine Fister in Emmanuel 
Church, Shillington, Pa. 

21* Rev, Frank A* Kostyu in the Hum 
garian Church, Lorain* Ohio. 

21. Rev* Russell Howard Paine in St 
John's Church* Lebanon, Pa. 

28, Rev, Russell R* G. Berger in First 
Church, Palmer ton, Pa* 

28. Rev* William Henry Daniels in 
Messiah Church* Philadelphia, 
Pa* 

28. Rev, Homer William Koch* Jr.* in 
the First Church* Hamburg* Pa. 

November, 1945 

4* Rev, Warren E. Adams in St* 
Paul's Church, Ringtown* Pa. 

4. Rev* Eugene E. Kalkbrenner in 
Trinity Church, Mountville, Pa. 

4, Rev, Claude W, Kelly in First 
Church, Charlotte* N* C. 

4. Rev. Alfred George Sandrock in 
St* John's on the Mountain, 
Milnesvlile, Pa. 

4* Rev* Gordon Holt Sperry in the 
Amity Church, Meyersdale, Pa. 

11* Rev. LeRoy Marshall Kutz, Jr* f in 
the First Church, Lancaster, Pa. 

11* Rev. Jacob Bayard Wagner in Cal¬ 
vary Church. Reading, Pa. 


18* Rev. Carl L* Osenbach in Jacob 
Church, Jacksonville* Fa. 

December, 1945 

16* Rev* John C* Chatlos in St* Paul's 
Church, West Hazleton, Fa. 

16* Rev, Russell Mueller in Salem 
Church* Alhambra, Ill. 

16* Rev. Lee 0. Worthing in Trinity 
Church, Saxton, Pa. 

30. Rev. Harold L. Behle in Immanuel 
Church, Ferguson* Mo* 

30* Rev. Paul Irion in St* Paul's 
Church, Elyria, Ohio* 

30, Rev. William A* Jones in Christ 
Church, Norristown* Pa. 

30* Rev* Hans H* Kalkbrenner in Zion 
Church near Forreston, Ill* 

30* Rev* Eugene R. Rapp in St. Paul's 
Church* R* D** Minnesota Lake, 
Minn. 

30* Rev. Joseph M, Steinert in St 
John's Church, Tamaqua, Pa* 

30* Rev. Donald J. Voelm in St. John's 
Church, Dover, Ohio. 

30* Rev. D&e J* Wolfgram in St* Paul's 
Church, Wausau, Wis. 

January, 1946 

6. Rev* Otto F, Artopoeus in the First 
Church, Marion* Ohio* 

6, Rev. Philip C* Fischer in the Zoar 
Church, Rockheld, Wis* 

6. Rev. Howard H* Poetter in Eman- 
tiel Church* R. D,, Doylestown, 
Ohio, 

6* Rev. Donald M. Yaekie in St* John's 
Church, Columbus, Ohio, 

8. Rev. John W. Frank in Friedens 
Church, Walla Walla* Wash, 

March, 1946 

3* Rev. Charles J* Bruesch, Jr., in the 
Evangelical Protestant Church, 
Albany, N, Y* 

3. Rev. Herman J* Helfrich in Beth¬ 
any Church* St* Louis, Mo* 

10. Rev, Nelson H* Andres in St* Paul's 
Church* Waterloo, Ill. 

17. Rev* George W. H oh maun in St. 

Paul's Church, Carlinville, HI. 

31* Rev. Henry P. Schroeiiuke in 
Christ Church* Houston, Texas. 

May, 1946 

26* Rev* Herman A. Hartmann in 
Ebenezer Church, Alpena, S. Dak, 
26* Rev. Walter W. Kieker in the First 
Church, Forest Park* Ill. 


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June, 1946 

9. Rev, Arnold W. Geske In Im¬ 
manuel Church, Ferguson, Mo, 
16. Rev, Arlie E. Porter in Salem 
Church, Marion, Ohio, 

16. Rev, Winston W, Wernecke in the 
Salem-Ebeneser Church, Newton, 
Wis. 

19, Rev, John R. Bucher in St, Peter's 
Church, Lancaster, Pa, 

23, Rev, Charles F. Glass in St. Peter's 
Church, Freeburg, Pa. 

23, Rev. George C. Hosier in St, Paul's 
Church, Mahanoy City, Pa, 

23. Rev. Mark B, Michael in Trinity 
Church, Dalmatia, Pa, 

23. Rev, Robert C, Volkert in the First 
Church, Reesevilie, Wis, 

27. Rev, Richard W, Rubright in St, 
Mark's Church, Cressona, Pa. 

30, Rev* Robert F, Harting in the 
Muddy Creek Church, Swartz* 
ville. Pa, 


30. Rev, Robert V. Moss, Jr., in the 
Corinth Church, N, C. 

30, Rev. Matthew H. Thies in Bethle- 
hem Church, Brooklyn, N. Y, 

30, Rev. Paul H. G, Olm in the Com¬ 
munity Church, Elkhart Lake, 
Wis. 

July, 1946 

5, Rev. Richard H. Winters in Christ 
Church, Cavetown, Md. 

7. Rev, Donald C. Book in Immanuel 
Church, Detroit, Mich, 

19. Rev, Carl T, Daye in the Corinth 
Church, Hickory, N. C. 

21, Rev. Ruben G. Grosshuesch in St. 

John's Church, Melbourne, Iowa, 
21. Rev. Harvey T. Koonts in the First 
Church, Lexington, N, C, 

21. Rev, Herbert F. Reichert in Zion 
Church, Dyer, Ind. 

21. Rev. John W. Schnakenberg in 
Pioneer Church, Denver, Colo. 
23, Rev. J, Odell Zechman in Salem 
Church, Elizabethville, Pa. 


Form for Bequest 


Persons desiring to remember the 
Church or any of its Boards, institu¬ 
tions or agencies in their last will and 
testament are advised to secure the 
services of a lawyer or of some other 
qualified person. This is advisable be¬ 
cause of the variation in State laws 
governing bequests to religious and 
charitable agencies, especially with 
reference to the time that must elapse 
between the date of the will and the 
death of the testator. 

The greatest care should be exer¬ 
cised so that all bequests are made in 
the manner prescribed by law. The 


corporate names of the Church, Boards 
or agencies as given in this book 
should be used. The following form 
for general bequests is suggested: 

'T hereby give and bequeath to the 
Evangelical and Reformed Church, of 
which Mr. F. A, Keck, St. Louis, Mo,, 
is the treasurer, for the use of (insert 
here the particular cause which it is 
desired shall receive the bequest , or if 
no preference is expressed this clause 
in the will may be omitted) the sum 

of.Dollars, and the receipt of 

the Treasurer thereof shall be suffi¬ 
cient discharge for my Executor," 


Deceased Ministers of the Church 

f Con eluded from page 40/ 

REV, C, W. MFINECKE, D,D. P born at Rammelslo, Germany, Oct. IT, 1852, Died at 
Bay, Mo„ Nov. 1, 1945, in retirement. Age, 93-0-15, Member of Missouri Valley 
Synod, Messenger, 12-25-45, 

REV. KALMAN TOTH, born at Nacygeres. Hungary, March 21, 1SS2, Ordained, 1920. 
Died at Tottenville, Staten, Island, N, Y., July 1, 1946. as pastor of the RossviMe 
Magyar Church, Age. 64-3-10. Member of the Magyar Synod. 


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Deceased Ministers of the Church 



(To September I, 1946) 

REV, EDWIN K. ANGSTADT, bom at 
Bridgeport, Pa„ Feb. 10, 1903, Ordained, 
1931, Died at Kutetown, Pa., March 4, 
1946, as pastor of the Kutatown-BIandon 
Charge, Age, 43-0-22, Member of Reading 
Synod. Messenger, 4-2-46. 

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REV, LAWRENCE E. BAIR, D.D., Fh.D,, 
born at Hegins, Fa„ April 16, 1884. Died 
at Lancaster, Fa., July 27, 1946, as Pro¬ 
fessor of Practical Theology In the Theo¬ 
logical Seminary. Age, 62-3-11. Ordained, 
1911. Member of Lancaster Synod. Mes¬ 
senger, 6-20-46. 


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REV. BELA BERTOiC, born in Hungary, 
Jan, 16, 1677, Ordained, 1899. Died at 
Pocahontas, Va., April 27, 1946, as pastor 
of the Hungarian Church, Age, 69-3-11- 
Member of the Magyar Synod. 

REV. ERNST H, BRENIQN, bom In Free¬ 
dom Twp,, Mich., June 17, 1872. Ordained, 
1896, Died at Detroit, Mich., Nov. 25, 1945, 
in retirement. Age, 73-6-8. Member of 
Miehigan-lndiana Synod. Messenger, 12- 
25-45. 


REV. ROLAND W, BUELOW, born at Mil¬ 
waukee, Wis„ March 27, 1898. Ordained, 
1919, Died at Whitewater, Wis„ Oct, 10, 
1945, minister without charge. Age, 47-6- 
25. Member of South Wisconsin Synod. 
Messenger, 12-25-45. 

CHAPLAIN THOMAS H. CLARE, Fh.D., 
born in Wales, June 16, 1902- Ordained, 
1925. Army Chaplain in World War II, 
Reported missing in action and his death 
recorded as of May 26, 1945- Age, 42-11-10- 
Member of North Illinois Synod. 


REV. ATVXLL CONNER, D.D.. born at Fair- 
play, Md, July 16, 1865- Ordained, 1892. 
Died at Walkersvilie, Md„ March 24, 1946. 
in retirement- Age, 80-8-8. Member of 
Potomac Synod. Messenger, 4-30-46. 

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REV. HARVEY I. CROW, born at Liverpool, 
Pa., Feb. 2, 1865, Ordained. 1895, Died at 
Bethlehem, Pa,, June 9, 1946, in retirement. 
Age, 81-4-7. Member of East Fenna. 
Synod, Messenger, 8-6-46. 

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REV. HERMANN C, DALLMANN, born at 
Nicollet, Minn,, June 23, 1869. Ordained, 
1893. Died at Hutchinson, Minn.* Jan, 5, 
1946, In retirement. Age, 76-6-13, Member 
of Northern Synod- Messenger, 2-5-46. 


REV- JOHN M, G. DARMS, D.D., born at 
Philadelphia, Fa., July 24, 1873. Ordained, 
1895- Died at Buffalo, N- Y-, August 10, 
1946, pastor of Zion Church. Age. 73-0-17. 
Member of West New York Synod. 

4- 

REV. GEORGE DuVAL. bom at Portsmouth, 
Ohio, Dec. 1, 1866, Ordained, 1903. Died 
at Alden, N. Y., December 4* 1945, in re¬ 
tirement. Age, 79-0-3. Member of West 
New York Synod, Messenger, 2-5-46. 

REV- PAUL E. RISEN, bom at Sandusky, 
Ohio, March 10, 1914. Ordained, 1940. 
Died at Bennett, Iowa, March 8* 1946, as 
pastor of Peace Church. Age, 31-11-26. 
Member of Iowa Synod, Messenger, 5-14- 



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REV, WILLIAM F, ESSER* born at Little 
Rock, Ark.* Oct 14, 1897, Ordained, 1920, 
Died at St Joseph* Mo. p Oct 18* 1945, as 
pastor of Trinity Church, Age* 48-0-4, 
Member of Kansas City Synod, Messenger* 
11-27-45* 


REV* CHRISTIA# E- FETZER* born at 
Winnenden* Germany, April 11* 1872, Or¬ 
dained, 1897* Died at Warsaw, N. Y- Oct. 
9* 1945, in retirement* Age* 73-5-27, Mem¬ 
ber of West New York Synod. Messenger, 
11-13-45. 


REV. ALEXANDER P* FRANTZ* D.D., born 
at Slatington, Pa.* March 17, 1867. Or¬ 
dained* 1896. Died at Hanover* Pa,, Feb* 
11, 1946* in retirement Age* 78-10-25* 
Member of Mercersburg Synod, Messenger, 
6-25-46, 


REV. JOHN F. FRANTZ, born at Trum- 
bauersville. Pa*. July 6* 1876, Ordained* 
1906, Died at Lancaster, Pa.* May 12* 
1946* as pastor of St. Luke's Church, Age, 
69-10-6. Member of Lancaster Synod* 
Messenger* 5-12-46. 


REV, ERNST GEHLE, born at Waukegan, 
III.* June 14* 1883. Ordained* 1906, Died 
at Milwaukee* Wis., Oct. 19, 1945, aa pas¬ 
tor of Bethel Church. Age, 82-4-5. Mem¬ 
ber of South Wisconsin Synod. 

REV. F. ARTHUR GRABER. born at Lang- 
nau, Switzerland, Nov, 1, 1873. Ordained, 
1896. Died at Cedar Falls* Iowa. March 
6 , 1946. in retirement Age* 72-4-5. Mem¬ 
ber of Iowa Synod, Messenger, 5-14-46, 

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REV* CARL H, GRAMM, D.D., born at 
Lykens, Ohio* Dec. 29. 1878* Ordained, 
1902. Died at New Brunswick, N. J.* Oct 
7* 1945* as pastor of the Livingston Ave* 
Church. Age, 66-7-8. Member of New York 
Synod, Messenger, 11-13-45* 


REV. ERNST C* GRAUER, D.D.* born at 
Milwaukee, Wis*. Sept 14, 1872, Ordained, 
1894, Died at Wausau, Wis,* Jan. 20, 1946, 
in retirement Age, 73-4-6* Member of 
North Wisconsin Synod, Messenger* 2-19- 


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REV. J, WILLIAM GROSSHUESCH, D.D., 
born at Sheboygan, Wis*, June 11, 1856- 
Ordained, 1878, Died at Sheboygan Falls, 
Wis** July 12, 1946. in retirement. Age* 
90-1-1, Member of Iowa Synod* Messen¬ 
ger* 8-20-40. 


REV. SAMUEL F, HARTZEL, born at 
Fetersville, Fa., July 24, 1863. Ordained, 
1893* Died at Middletown. Pa.* Oct 19, 
1945* in. retirement Age. 82-2-25. Member 
of Lancaster Synod- 

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REV. T* J* HERRMANN* D.D,* born at 
Waterloo* Iowa* July 26* 1890* Ordained* 
1911, Died at St Louis* Mo., Jan. 10, 1946, 
as pastor of St Paulas Church. Age, 55-5- 
15* Member of Missouri Valley Synod* 
Messenger, 2-5-46. 

REV. C- EDWARD HOLYOKE, bom at 
Evanston, Ill,, Aug* 29* 1876, Ordained, 
1911, Died at Maquoketa, Iowa, March 9* 
1946* as pastor of First Church. Age, 69- 
6 -S, Member of Iowa Synod, 

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REV* JOSEPH JAWORSKI, bom In Galicia, 
Austria, Feb. 13* 1864* Ordained, 1902, 
Died at Seguln, Texas. March 8, 1946, in 
retirement Age, 82-0-23. Member of Teadaa 
Synod* Messenger, 4-2-46, 


REV* FRIEDRICH JERGER, bom at Obern- 
dorf* Germany, Oct 10. 1869* Ordained, 
1902* Died at Waterloo, Iowa, Dec. 21, 
1945, as pastor of St, Peter's Church, 
Burksville, Iowa. Age, 76-2-11* Member of 
South Illinois Synod* 


REV. ADAM F. KOEHLER, born at Graben, 
Germany. May 19, 1859* Ordained, 1887, 
Died at Alberta, Ala*, July 13* 1945, in re¬ 
tirement* Age, 86-1-24. Member of Texas 
Synod* Frledensbote, 4-7-46. 


REV, ERNEST KQMJATHY, born at Gyors- 
zemere, Hungary, April 18, 1879. Ordained, 
1901* Died at Budapest, Hungary, April 
30, 1944, In retirement. Age, 65-0-12. 

Member of the Magyar Synod, 


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REV* F. C* KRUEGER, born at Gerdauen, 
Germany, Dee* 31, 1865* Ordained, 1881. 
Died at St Louis, Mo., Jan* 11, 1946, in 
retirement Age, 90-0-11* Member of South 
Illinois Synod* Messenger, 2-5-46* 


REV* LOUIS H. KUNST, D*D.* born in 
Germany, March 28* 1864. Ordained* 1895. 
Died at Philadelphia, Pa., July 21, 1946. in 
retirement* Age, 82-3-23, Member of Phil¬ 
adelphia Synod. Messenger, 8-20-46* 


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REV. EDWIN S. LEI NR AC H, born at Worn- 
elsdorf. Pa*, Sept 12, 1878* Ordained, 1903. 
Died at Robesonla, Pa., April 29, 1946, as 
pastor of the Robeson I a Charge. Age. 67- 
7-17* Member of Reading Synod, Mes¬ 
senger, 6-25-46. 


REV. NEVIN B. MATHES, D-D., born at 
FuJ ton, Mich., July 6. 1873* Ordained, 1899. 
Died at Youngstown, Ohio* July 13, 1946, 
as pastor of Third Church. Age r 73-0-7. 

; Member of the Northeast Ohio Synod. 

I Messenger, 8-20-46* 

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REV. THOMAS H* MATTERNESS* born at 
Annville, Pa., July 12, 1868* Ordained, 
1909. Died at Lebanon* Pa., Sept. 14. 1945, 
in retirement Age* 77-2-2. Member of 
Lancaster Synod* Messenger, 10-16-45, 


REV. FREDERICK W* MUEHLINGHAUS. 
born at Dusseldorf, Germany, Jan. 15, 1851* 
Ordained* 1880. Died at Dunkirk, N. Y-, 
June 19, 1946* in retirement Age, 95-5-4, 
Member of West New York Synod* Mes¬ 
senger, 8-6-46. 


REV* JAMES B. MUSSER, born at Lincoln. 
Pa*, Feb. 22, 1881* Ordained, 1910, Died 
at Rockwood. Pa., July 28* 1946, as pastor 
of Trinity Church. Age, 65*5-6* 


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REV. JACOB NUESCH, born in Switzerland, 
Dec* 29, 1861. Ordained, 1888* Died at 
Los Angeles. Calif*, Jan. 27, 1946, in re¬ 
tirement Age, 84-0-29* Member of Cali¬ 
fornia Synod. Messenger, 5-28*46* 

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REV* MICHAEL NTJSS. born in South Rus¬ 
sia* Nov* 25* 1856, Ordained, 1894* Died 
at Tripp, S- Dak-, Jan, 16, 1946* in retire¬ 
ment, Age, 89-1*22* Member of Dakota 
Synod* Messenger, 2-19*46. 

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REV* GUSTAV A, PAHL, SR., bom in Ger¬ 
many, Feb, 29, 1872* Ordained, 1893- Died 
at Chicago, III,, May 13, 1946, In retire¬ 
ment Age, 82-3-1* Member *or the South 
Illinois Synod* Messenger, 6-11-46. 


REV, HERMAN U. RAHN* born at Woollam* 
Mo*. Aug, 30, 1863. Ordained, 1887* Died 
at Edwardsvlile, til*. Dec, 1, 1945, in re¬ 
tirement Age, 82-3-1. Member of the 
South Illinois Synod. Messenger, 1*22-46. 

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REV* CHARLES E* ROBE, born at Howard, 
Fa., Oct 7 t 1891* Ordained, 1923, Died at 
Hillersville, Fa_, June 27* 1946, as pastor 
of Zion Church, Age, 54-8-20. 


REV. EDWIN M. SANDO, D.D., born at 
Meckville* Fa*. Nov. 23, 1876. Ordained, 
1907* Died at Hanover, Fa., Nov* 17, 1945, 
as pastor of the West Manheim Charge. 
Age, 68-11-25* Member of Mercersburg 
Synod. Messenger, 12*25-45* 

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REV* ERNST SCHMIDT, born at Cassel, 
Germany, Jan. 9, 1864. Ordained, 1887, 
Died at Warren, Mich., March 10, 1946. in 
retirement* Age* 82-2-1. Member of Mi chi- 
gan-Indiana Synod. Priedensbote, 6-23-46. 


HEV, WILLIAM SCHMIDT, born in Pom- 
meranla* Germany, June 27* 1860, Or¬ 
dained* 1885* Died at Wisconsin Rapids, 
Wis., March 14, 1946, in retirement Age, 
85-8-15* Member of North Wisconsin 
Synod, Messenger, 4-80-46. 

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RBV. FREDERICK C* SCHNUELLE, born 
Dec. 11* 1866, Ordained, 1892* Died at 
Cosby, Mo*, June 1, 1946. in retirement 
Age, 79-5-21* Member of Kansas City 
Synod* Messenger, 7-9-46. 


REV* JOHN A. SEITZ, born at Landisvilie, 
Fa., Dec* 10, 1855. Ordained, 1882, Died 
at Alliance, Ohio, Feb. 26. 1946, in retire¬ 
ment Age* 90-2-16, Member of Southeast 
Ohio Synod* Messenger, 5-28-46, 

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REV* THEOFHIL WITTLINGER, born in 
Brazil* South America, June JL1, 1873. Or¬ 
dained, 1896* Died at Belleville, III., Feb- 
24, 1946* In retirement Age, 72-8-13. Mem¬ 
ber of South Illinois Synod, Messenger, 
4-16-46. 

REV* ABRAHAM D. WOLFINGER, D,D,* 
born in Bucks Co,* Pa*, March 14. 1864- 
Ordained* 1888* Died at Lake Worth, Fla., 
June 24, 1946, In retirement Age. 82-3-10* 
Member of Southern Synod. Messenger, 
8-20-46* 

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REV, RUFUS C* ZARTMAN, S.T*D** born 
at Somerset* Ohio, Nov. 10, 1856. Ordained, 
1883. Died at Springfield* Mass*, May 14. 
1946* In retirement Age, 89-6-4* Member 
Of Philadelphia Synod. Messenger* 6-25-46. 

(Concluded on page S6) 

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Our Chaplains 


in ih€ sumih^r 6t 1945 Otfr Church 
had a few more than hundred 
chaplain® in' active service in the 
Army and Navy. Three chaplains had 
died and a few had withdrawn from 
the service. 

When hostilities ceased the Army 
and Navy Departments requested that 
chaplains remain in the service 
longer than enlisted men, so that 
spiritual ministration to the armed 
forces might continue until the very 
last. 

It should be remembered that not 
one chaplain was drafted. All were 
volunteers. In our own Church a 
number of ministers applied who, for 
physical or other good reasons, did 
not receive appointments. Some of 
these men were greatly disappointed. 

Our Church did not fill its official 
quota of chaplains, but our quota was 
larger than it should have been, due 
to governmental errors growing out 
of records of our membership at the 
time of our union in 1934. Even on 
the basis of the revised quotas toward 
the close of the war, the number of 
Evangelical and Reformed chaplains 
was comparatively small. 

As a matter of fact no religious 
group* Protestant, Catholic or Jewish, 
reached its designated quota. The 
Protestant Churches, nevertheless, 
made a magnificent record. On May 
1, 1945, they had on active duty 5,542 
chaplains, or 69% of the total number 
of chaplains in the Army. There was 
about the same percentage of Protes¬ 
tant chaplains in the Navy, the num¬ 
ber totaling nearly three thousand. 

By the end of August, 1946, less 
than thirty of our Evangelical and 
Reformed chaplains were still in the 
service. Eight of these were then in 
the regular Army or regular Navy, 
and several others had been assigned 
temporarily to special service. Of the 
more than seventy chaplains who had 
been separated from the service by 


September 1, 1946* nearly all were 
called to pastorales, or other denomi¬ 
national work q\iite promptly. Sev¬ 
eral of those in the Army and four of 
those id thk Navy were taking re- 
fresher courses or were engaged in 
Idhger pdridds of study, and one was 
temporarily with the Veterans* Ad-, 
ministration: As of the latter date, 
twelve Army chaplains arid six Navy 
chaplains had not yet bden 1 placed. 1 
This is really remarkable in vidw of 
the fact that our theological seihi- 
naries, by accelerating their pro¬ 
grams, graduated three classes within 
two years, giving the Church sixty 
ministers more than in normal times. 
It is true* however, that we have had 
an abnormally large number of vacan¬ 
cies, and that the Synodical Councils, 
the President of the Church and the 
Committee on Chaplains have all 
given our returning chaplains every 
possible consideration and help. 

There are still nearly two million 
men in the Army and Navy, and 
chaplains are needed to minister to 
them. Indeed, there will be a consid¬ 
erable demand for chaplains for some 
years to come. 

Not only our Church but other re¬ 
ligious bodies also have cause to feel 
proud of the work done by the chap¬ 
lains, General Eisenhower, Chief of 
Staff of the Army, recently told the 
General Commission on Army and 
Navy Chaplains that a good chaplain 
is worth his weight in gold. At the 
same time Admiral Nimitz, Chief of 
Naval Operations* commended the 
chaplains most highly and appealed 
for a continuous supply of them. The 
Secretaries of War and Navy have re¬ 
peatedly expressed highest praise. 

Our chaplains may look back with 
justifiable pride and satisfaction to 
service rendered in time of war. Dur¬ 
ing the years that lie ahead they will 
be zealous in helping to build a 
brighter, better world in which peace 
and brotherhood shall reign. 


Names and Stations of Missionaries 

of the Evangelical and Reformed Church 

The names in italics after the post-office addresses of lay missionaries repre¬ 
sent the stations at which they are ministering. These names are not pan of 


the post office addresses * The post office 
be found in the Register of Ministers* 
Date of „ 

Arrival Name Residence 

AFRICA 

1946 Rev* and Mrs. Eugene E* 

' Grau, M*A._To be assigned 

Under appointment: 

1946 Dr, and Mrs* Harold G, Freund 
1946 Miss Barbara Ann Sklar, R. N. 
CHINA 

1905 Rev, and Mrs. Paul E, Keller, 

D,D.* .........._.Yoyang 

1911 Rev. and Mrs. Ward Hart¬ 
man ___Yoyang 

1913 Miss Gertrude B. Hoy, M,A„ 

Yoyang, Hunan, China ,_ Yoyang 

1914 Rev. and Mrs, <1911) Karl 

H* Beck --—Yuanling 

1914 Miss Mary E. Myers, R.N., 

Yoyang, Hunan, China __ Yoyang 

1917 Miss Minerva S. Weil, Yung¬ 
sui* Hunan, China_ Yungsui 

1919 Rev, and Mrs. George R. 

Snyder, M.A, - :_.Yuanling 

1919 Rev. and Mrs, Sterling W. 

Whitener____ .Yoyang 

1920 Miss A. Katharine Zierdt, 

R*N,,* Church World Service 
Center, New Windsor, Md ^Yuanling 

1924 Rev. Paul V, Taylor, Ph.D., 

D.D, —...._Wuchang 

1924 Mrs. Paul Y. Taylor,* 1118 
West New St., Lancaster, Pa. 

Wuchang 

1936 Miss Lueile G Hartman, 

M.R,E., Yungsui, Hunan, China 

Yungsui 

1940 Miss Elizabeth Jane Howell,* 

Box 260, New Lebanon, Ohio 

Yoyang 

1946 Rev. and Mrs. Sterling H. 

Whitener ...—____Yoyang 

1946 Rev. and Mrs, Reynold K. 

Ziegler -----Yuanling 

On leave of absence: 

1938 Rev. and Mrs. R, Pierce Beaver, 
Ph.D, 

1940 Mr, and Mrs. (1933) Edouard H* 
Taylor, 18 W. Queen St, Chambers- 
burg, Pa. 

1940 Miss Catherine I* Funk, R.N., 
Box 204, Phoenlxville, Pa. 

Under appointment: 

1945 Rev. and Mrs. Paul R. Gregory 
1945 Rev. William H. Daniels. 

1945 Rev* and Mrs. Herbert J. Beecken 

1946 Miss Carol G. Lindner, R.N. 


addresses of ordained missionaries will 

Date of 

Arrival Name Residence 

HONDURAS 

1921 Rev, and Mrs, Harold N. 

Auler, Sr.___San Pedro Sula 

1921 Miss Anna D. Bechtold, Apar- 
lado 17, San Pedro Sula, Hon¬ 
duras, Central America 

San Pedro Sula 

1923 Mrs. Elise Goepfarth Vargas, 
Apartado 17, San Pedro Sula, 
Honduras, Central America 

San Pedro Sula 

1924 Miss Louise Vordenberg * 

1045 Purcell Ave., Cincinnati, 

Ohio_ San Pedro Sula 

1924 Miss Bertha Scheldt * 327 S, 
Tyler St., Van Wert, Ohio 

San Pedro Sula 

1927 Rev. and Mrs, Walter H, 
Herrscher ___Pinalejo 

1937 Rev. and Mrs. Elmer H. 
Gumper* _Yoro 

1941 Rev. and Mrs. Maurice Rie- 

desel __......_........Yoro 

1942 Rev. Laverne R. Dauderman 

San Pedro Sula 

1945 Rev. and Mrs. Harold N. 

Auler, Jr*___ San Pedro Sula 

1946 Dr. and Mrs, Richard F* 

Auler, Apartado 17, San Pedro 
Sula, Honduras, Central Amer¬ 
ica ...._,_ Concepcion del Norte 

1946 Miss Margaret O. Braun, 
Apartado 17, San Pedro Sula, 
Honduras, Central America 

San Pedro Sula 

1947 Sister Rosadel Albert, Apar¬ 
tado 17, San Pedro Sula, Hon¬ 
duras, Central America 

Concepcion del Norte 

Under appointment: 

1946 Rev, and Mrs. Kenneth L. Kuebler 
INDIA 

1907 Miss M. Adele Wobus, Ealoda 
Bazar, Raipur District, via 
Bhatapara, B. N* Ry., Central 
Provinces, India Parsabhader 

1912 Rev, and Mrs. (1922) H. A, 

Fe ie rabend ___...Chand rapur 

1912 Rev. and Mrs. <1916) J. G 

Koenig_ ^Bisrampur 

1913 Dr. and Mrs. (1946) Theo¬ 
dore C. Seybold ... .Raipur 

1918 Dr. and Mrs, M. P. Davis* 

Raipur 


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Date of 

Arrival Name Residence 

1921 Rev, and Mrs. Annin F, 

Meyer* ___*_.....Khariar 

1921 Rev, and Mrs, M. P. 

Albrecht* -*-...---Raipur 

1925 Rev. and Mrs. Emil W. 

Menzel _ .Raipur 

1925 Miss Hedwig Schaeffer, Rai¬ 
pur, Central Provinces, India 

Raipur 

1926 Rev. and Mrs. William Baur, 

Jr, _._ Baltalpur 

1926 Sister Minnie Gadt, R.N., 

Tilda, Raipur District, Central 
Provinces, India_ Tilda 

1929 Dr, and Mrs. E. W. Whit¬ 
comb, Khariar, Orissa, India 

Khariar 

1930 Miss M. Magdalene Kroehler, 
R.N.,* Box 194, Henderson, 

Minn. . Baitalpur-Chandkuri 

1931 Dr, and Mrs. H. H. Gass, 

Baltalpur, Drug District, via 
Bhatapara, B,N,R., Central 
Provinces, India ....- Baltalpur 

1935 Rev. and Mrs, Theodore Esse- 

baggers ._._ Raipur 

1939 Miss Naomi Blalock * 3032 
Republic St, New Orleans, La, 

Raipur 

1946 Rev, and Mrs, Philip Fischer 

To be assigned 

1946 Rev. and Mrs. Otto Artopeous 

To be assigned 

1946 Miss E, Jane Teitsworth, 

Raipur, Central Provinces, 

India _._.___.____ Raipur 

1946 Miss Ruth Hofsteter, R. N. 

To be assigned 


Date of 

Arrived Name Residence 

1946 Rev. George C. Hosier 

To be assigned 

Under appointment ; 

1945 Miss June Gillespie, R.N. 

IRAQ 

1928 Rev. and Mrs. Jefferson C. 
Glessner ...„..,.Kirkuk 

JAPAN 

1905 Miss Mary E. Gerhard, 129 E. 

Vine St, Lancaster, Fa, 

1907 Miss Kate I. Hansen, 

Mus.D * Logan* Kansas 
1907 Miss Lydia A. Lindsey, M.A.,* 

110 Hitt St., Columbia, Mo. 

1911 Rev. and Mrs. Carl D. Kriete, 

D.D._„_*_^.Sendai 

1914 Rev. and Mrs. Alfred 

Ankeneyf_,_,„To be assigned 

192S Dr. and Mrs, Robert H. Ger¬ 
hard, 104 15 th Ave., Columbus, 
Ohiof 

1930 Mr, and Mrs, Carl S, Sipple, 
M.A„ 5869 N. 14th St, Arling¬ 
ton, Va.f 

On leave of absence: 

1916 Mrs. F, B. Nteodemns, 1384 Lake¬ 
land Ave., Lakewood 7, Ohio 
1920 Rev, and Mrs, W. Carl Nugent, 
STM. 

1940 Miss Eleanor F, Porter, 49 Lin¬ 
den Lane, Princeton, N, J, 

Under appointment: 

1946 Rev. and Mrs. Alfred V. Knrz 

SOUTH AMERICA 
United Andean Indian Mission 
1945 Rev. and Mrs. Paul H. 

Streich .........Ecuador 


* On furlough, 
t Re-appointed to Japan. 


Denominational Publishing Houses 

Central Publishing House 

Mr. Granville E, Kiefer, Manager 
2969-75 W. 25th St, Cleveland 13, Ohio 

Eden Publishing House 

Mr. Joseph P. Hennings, Manager 
1720 Chouteau Ave,, St, Louis 3, Missouri 

Heidelberg Press 

Mr, George W. Waidner, Manager 
Schaff Bldg., 1505 Race St, Philadelphia 2 Pennsylvania 
Headquarters for All Church Supplies, Vestments, Books, Fonts, Crosses, 
Periodicals, Hymnals 

Distributors of 1947 Year Book* Order from Nearest House* 


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Golden Anniversary Honor Roll 

Ministers Who Have Been Ordained Half a Century or More 


ordained in 1879; Christian Fischer, 
Elkhart, Ind. 

1880 : H, A. Kraemer, Buffalo, N, 

1881: Calvin S, Slagle, Baltimore, Md. 
1882: S. Bgger, R. 5, Van Wert, Ohio; 
P. Ph. Tester, Pasadena, Calif. 

1888: E. G. Aldinger, Boonvilie, Ind.: 
RenJ. F. Bailsman. Lancaster, Pa.; Wm, 
Dlehtn, Stockton, CaJff.; Charles W, 
Levan, Walkersville* Md.; Samuel L. 
Runkel, R. 1* Marietta, Ohio; Paul Wien* 
and, Passaic, N, J. 

1884: Robert Grunewald* Wauwatosa, 
Wls,; P. S. Kohler. Lincoln, Neb,; Albert 
Muecke* St, Louis, Mo. : J. C, Rieger, New 
Orleans. La.; John C. Schaaf, Youngs¬ 
town* Ohio, 

1885 : John H. Albright, R. 4, Salem, 
Ohio: Theo. L. Mueller, St. Louis, Mo,; 
Henry C. Nott, Milwaukee. Wis. 

1886: Paul Rranke, Hollywood, Calif.: 

G, Dltel, St. Louis, Mo.; Henry Juergens, 
Cleveland, Ohio; C, A. Koenig, Seguin. 
Texas; Nathaniel D. Lehmann, Blue 
Springs, Mo,; Fhaon W. Snyder, Wooster, 

1887: Henry S. Gekeler, Cleveland. 
Ohio; Oscar Guthe. Richmond, Va.; Her¬ 
man Tletke, La Grange, Ill.; David A. 
Winter, Louisville, Ky, 

1888 : Conrad Bachmann, Woodstock, 
N, Y.; Karl Buff. R. 1, Harvard, Ilk; 

E. II. Hafermann, Blue Springs, Mo.; J. 
Hauck, Napoleon, Mo,; D* J, Helmkamp, 
Akron. Ohio: George Kern, Wynnewood, 
Pa.; Adolf Mellick, Hinsdale. Ill.; Franz 
Oppermann, East Sound, Wash,: Karl 
Fleger, St. Louis, Mo.; Paul E. Repko, 
Kewanee, HI. 

1889: George Bohn, Muskegon, Mich.; 

F, L. Dorn, Altadena, CatSf,: H, G router, 
Slinger, Wis.: J. L, Haack, Browntowh, 
Wis.; Karl Koch, St, Paul, Minn,; Oliver 
F. Schaeffer, Berwick, Pa.; Richard C. F. 
Schiedt, Lancaster, Pa,; Otto G. Wlch- 
mann, Denver, Colo. 

1890: Wm. L, Baur, High Ridge, Mo.; 

D, Buchmueller, Newton, Kans,; August 
Fleer, Chicago, HI.; George A. Godduhn, 
Penney Farms, Fla,; John Goebel, Kan¬ 
kakee, IlL: Irvin W. Hendricks, Cham- 
bersburg, Pa.; Calvin C, Lienkaemper. 
Spokane, Wash.: George W. Richards. 
Lancaster, Pa.: Nathan w. Sechler, York. 
Pa.: U..O, Silvius, Philadelphia, Pa,: Wm. 
Vollbrecht, Daly City, Calif.; Elmer E. 
Weller, San Pedro, Calif. 

1891: J, Abele, Blue Springs. Mo.; Irvin 
M. Beaver, Reading, Pa,; Henry A. I. 
Benner, Quakertown. Pa.; Otto W. Breu- 
haus, Lowell, Ohio; Karl Brunn, Blue 
Springs, Mo.; J. Lewis Fluck. Myerstown. 
Pa,: K. Friebe, Brighton, III.; E. G. 
Heess, St Louis, Mo.; J. H. Horstmann. 
Maplewood, Mo.; Theo. Jud, Detroit. 
Mien,: W, Koring, Faribault, Minn.; Theo. 
C. Kugler, Ok&wvllte, Ilk; Hans Zum stein* 
Saline, Mich, 

1892: Albert B. Bauman, Honolulu II, 
T. H.; Samuel T. Elliker* Melbourne, la.; 

E. John Fleer, Milwaukee. Wis,; George 
W, Goebel, Elmhurst, HI,; Gottlieb Hafner. 
Portland, Oregon; Charles Hoffman, Port¬ 
land, Oregon; Wm. A, Korn, Lancaster. 
Pa.: Andrew Kovacs, Toledo, Ohio; Wm. 

H. Lahr, Bluffton* Ohio; Paul H. Land. 
New York, N. Y.: Carl Loos, Erie, Pa,: 
Y*; Ernst L, Mueller, Clayton. Mo.; Paul 
Quarder, Norwood, Minn,; Frederick A. 
Rupley, Lewistown. Pa.: Charles E. 
Schaeffer, Philadelphia* Fg.; Samuel F. 


Stauffer, Philadelphia* Fa.: Max Stommek 
Hinsdale, IlL ; John J, Vogt, Skanee, Mich, 
1898: James D. Andrew* Lexington, N, 
C,; Chr. Bendigkelt, Blue Springs, Mo.; 
Frederick H. Diehrn, Cleveland, Ohio; 
Lawrence S. Faust, lola, Kans.; Franklin 
H. Fisher* Philadelphia, Pa,; John Fon¬ 
tana, Chelsea* Mich.; Bruce Griffith, 
Wichita, Kans.; Peter E. Helmer. Frede¬ 
rick, Md.; Wm. G. Lienkaemper* Portland, 
Oregon; Homer S. May, Lancaster, Fa.; 
Eugene L, McLean, Philadelphia* Pa.; 
Herman H. Moeller, Downers Grove, Ill.; 
Marsby J. Roth* Hanover, Pa.; James M. 
Runkle, Williamsport, Pa.: Theophllus 
Schildknecht, Milwaukee, Wis.; Kar] L 
Schneider* Richmond Heights, Mo.; Albert 
A. Schoen, Dexter, Mich,; Theodore J, 
Storck, Burlington* la. ; Adolph Walton. 
Elmhurst. Ilk; C, H. Wittbracht, Saline. 
Mich, 

1894: Charles F, Althouse, Klntners- 
ville* Pa.; Louis D. Benner, Detroit. 
Mich.; W. Ereitenbach* Detroit, Mich.; 
Edward S. Bromer, Lancaster, Pa.; 
Charles W. Brash, Tiffin, Ohio; F. W. A. 
Elermann, North Little Rock, Ark.; J. 
Stlor Garrison* Harrisonburg, Va.; J. 
George Herr linger* Sauk Center, Minn,; 
John S. Hunsleker,, Pasadena* Calif. ; 
Frank L Kerr, New Kensington, Fa,; 
Wm. H. Loose, Selinsgrove* Pa; Thomas 
H. Leinbach, Wyomlssing, Pa.; Scott V. 
Rohrbaugh, Canton, Ohm: Herman E. 
Schnatz* New York, N» Y.; Herman 
Specht. St. Louis, Mo.; K. Otis Spessard* 
Annville. Pa.; C, G. Stanger, Elmhurst* 
III.; D. Snider Stephan, Benin, Pa,: C. F. 
Sturm, Berger, Mo.: J. Grant Walter, 
Pittsburgh, Pa,; Adam Woth, Casper. 
Wyo. 

1895: F. Wm. Bauer* Syracuse, N. Y.; 
Louis Birnstengek Wadesville* R. 2, Ind,: 
Daniel Burghalter, Tiffin, Ohio; C. Eller, 
Nebraska City, Neb.; Christian Emigholz, 
Weimar* Texas; John End ter, Horton, 
Kans.; Frederick Engelmann, East Cleve¬ 
land. Ohio; W. Fischer, Wayne. Neb.: 
Conrad Held* Louisville, Ky.; Hiram 
Hlllegas. Lancaster* Pa.; Frederick W. 
Hoffman* Upper Sandusky* Ohio; John C. 
Horning, D.D., St, Joseph, Mo,; A. Janke, 
Detroit. Mich,; Alex S. Kalassay* East 
Chicago. Ind-; Ernst G. Rrampe, Plym¬ 
outh. Wis*; Frederick G. Ludwig. Milwau¬ 
kee. Wis.; Carl H. Nagel, Schofield, Wis. ; 
Elmer S. Noll, Schuylkill Haven, Pa*; 
Henry Schmidt, Cleveland* Ohio; Jacob 
Schmitt, New York, N, Y, ; Emmet C. 
Suit* Republic, Ohio; George W, Welsh. 
Spring Grove, Fa. 

1896 : Frederick W. Bald, Detroit, Mich.: 

G. F- Dewitz, Cleveland* Ohio; Luton M. 
Fetterolf, Pottsville* Pa.; M. N. George, 
Punxautawney* Fa.; Theo. L Haas, 
Evansville* Ind.; D. Hagelskamp, Cuya¬ 
hoga Falls. Ohio; William E. Hauff, 
Denver, Colo,; William Howe* Detroit, 
Mich,; Edward CL Keen, York, Pa-; H. M. 
J. Klein, Lancaster, Pa,; Whorten A. 
Kline, Collegeville, Pa*; W* J, Krleger. 
Eureka, S, Dak,; Karl John Mueller* St. 
Paul, Minn.; J. M. Munz* Eyota, Minn. ; 
Samuel D, Press, Webster Groves, Mo.; 
Henry H, Ranck, Frederick, Md.; Juk 
Reichert. Blue Springs, Mo.; Jacob G. 
Rupp, Allentown, Pa.; Charles D. Shaffer, 
Frederick. Md.; George H. Sieveking* St* 
Louis, Mo.; William F. Simon, St- Louis* 
Mo*; Edward C. Stuebi* Holyoke, Mass.: 
Ernest E. Weaver, Drexel Hill, Pa.; 
Harvey A, Welker* Burlington, N. C, 


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STATISTICAL REPORTS OF THE BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS 











































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Statistics furnished by Rev, Dr, F* H* Rupnow, 



































» 

ANALYSIS OF MEMBERSHIP GROWTH 
For the Year Ending December 31, 1945 


SYNODS 

ACCESSIONS 

t 

LOSSES 


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California *___ 

66 

@8 

132 

45 

57 

102 

162 

Central Pennsylvania „ 

430 

153 

107 

261 

216 

171 

42 

Dakota ___ 

00 

65 

66 

29 

112 

32 

48 

East Pennsylvania 

697 

• 236 

331 

330 

208 

587 

139 

Iowa .. 

476 

244 

296 

277 

163 

179 

397 

Kansas City .*. 

355 

238 

195 

221 

194 

134 

256 

Lancaster ..... 

807 

365 

163 

409 

242 

288 

401 

Lehigh .... 

876 

334 

369 ' 

527 

257 

456 

345 

Magyar- 

188 

76 

286 

258 

40 

106 

146 

Mercer sburg ....... 

648 | 

277 

95 

383 

200 

339 

98 






* 



Michigan*Indiana _ 

1,050 

427 

622 

508 

346 

823 

440 

Missouri Valley „ 

950 

514 

1,219 

552 

329 

1,427 

375 

Nebraska .. 

309 

158 

126 

177 

147 

Ill 

160 

New York .. 

249 

54 

156 

183 

94 

146 

36 

Northeast Ohio . 

789 

423 

711 

388 ' 

308 

621 

606 

Northern .. 

488 

148 

439 

234 

164 

392 

285 

North Illinois ....... 

1,503 

606 

1,027 

855 

551 

1,386 

372 

Northwest Ohio ... 

697 

478 

291 

388 

357 

291 

430 

North Wisconsin _... 

705 

375 

556 

31S 

301 

432 

586 

Pacific Northwest . 

43 

26 

45 

23 

22 

40 

29 

Philadelphia ... 

745 

429 

408 

424 

323 

442 

393 

Pittsburgh... 

804 

265 

341 

431 

382 

564 

119 

Potomac ... 

782 

280 

271 

491 

242 

448 

152 

Reading .... 

1,323 

540 

485 

650 

421 

922 

355 

Rocky Mountain ..._ 

187 

91 

136 

93 

118 

176 

27 

Southeast Ohio ...__ 

774 

363 

330 

412 

322 

635 

98 

Southern ....*. 

381 

262 

72 

121 

168 

137 

289 

South Illinois_*_ 

827 

167 

800 

531 

211 ; 

856 

196 

Sojith Indiana .. 

890 

368 

640 

566 

350 

559 

423 

Southwest Ohio.. 

839 

* 446 

727 

573 

293 

553 

593 

South Wisconsin ........ 

700 

234 

692 

350 

257 

476 

543 

Susquehanna —_....... 

631 

181 

216 

262 

238 

394 

114 

Texas .. 

555 

166 

382 

231 

170 

478 

229 

West New York _ 

656 

247 

572 

614 

198 

369 

299 

■ 

Totals .... 

21,510 

9.304 

13,304 

12,115 

8,001 

15,072 

9.083 


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Life Service Enlistment and Students for 
the Ministry 


The report of the Committee on 
Life Enlistment which appeared on 
page 10 of the 1946 Blue Book to the 
Synods contained the following sig¬ 
nificant statements: "The names and 
addresses of 1045 boys and 125 girls 
are now on the list of prospective 
candidates for full-time Christian ser¬ 
vice. All of these young people have 
received not fewer than two letters 
and two printed folders. Efforts are 
being exerted to enlist the Commit¬ 
tees on Christian Education of the 
Synods in helping this committee to 
develop the interest which has been 
aroused. It is also planned to keep in 
close touch with the pastors of the 
Church in order that the names of 
other potential candidates may be 
added." 

The Committee prepared and 
mailed to 363 pastors of our larger 
congregations a questionnaire to se¬ 
cure better information upon the op¬ 
portunities for full-time Christian 
service in those churches, especially 
for women. Approximately one hun¬ 
dred pastors reported either that they 
were eager to employ a trained wo¬ 
man worker at once or that they were 
in dire need of assistance and hoped 
to make the necessary arrangements 
tn the future. For the most part the 
real need expressed was for women 
trained for pastoral and secretarial 
work and in the area of religious edu¬ 
cation. To help meet this need, two 
of our seminaries and at least three 
of our Church related colleges have 
voted to include courses in their cur¬ 
ricula designed to equip both men 
and women for full-time Christian 
life service In our churches. 

The need for strong pastoral lead- 


Sywod 

Calif, . 

Denortu 

Schools 

. 1 

Other 

Schools 

l 

Cent, Penn. 

... 7 

0 

Dakota ....._ 

1 

• 3 

East Penn. 

. A 

4 

Iowa __ 

_ 1 & 

8 

Kansas City ■ 
Lan.. 

___ _i 2 

2 

ft 

$ 

Lch_ __ „ 

' K 

1 

Map. . 

£ 

4 

Mer. . 

a 

$ 

M-Ind. .. 

___ _ 1 £ 

11 

Mo. Val. 

IS 

7 

Neb... 

. 5> 

1 

N. Y. 

3 

11 

4 

7 

N. E. Ohio — 
No. .... 

7 

N. Ill.......... 

____18 

S 

schools 

Total 

in denominational 


Total in other institutions 
Grand total___ 


ership throughout the Church contin¬ 
ues urgent There are approximately 
250 vacant congregations in the 
Church at any given time. The an¬ 
nual loss of ministers through death 
and other natural causes is heavy. 
Our rapidly expanding denomina¬ 
tional program has been exacting a 
heavy toll from our ordained minis¬ 
ters to man the newly created offices 
either as executives or as departmen¬ 
tal leaders. The accelerated programs 
In our educational Institutions have 
aided materially, in that approxi¬ 
mately sixty seminarians became 
available for full-time service earlier 
than would have been possible other¬ 
wise. The hope is indulged by our 
Church leaders that this quickening 
may be prophetic of a new urge and 
vision among the potential candidates 
for full-time Christian life service. 

In keeping with all this and in an 
effort to make the Church still more 
life-service conscious, the Committee 
on Statistics has for the past two 
years included the rubric "Students 
for the Ministry" in the congrega¬ 
tional statistical report blank. The 
summary of these reports shows 478 
ministerial candidates in our denom¬ 
inational and other institutions. It 
is a known fact that included in this 
total are a number of high school and 
even junior high school pupils, and 
most of them are probably on the list 
of the 1170 names now in the keeping 
of the Life Enlistment Committee, 
Not all of them are officially under 
the care of the Synods at present A 
summary by Synods of the reported 
number of students for the ministry 
follows: 


Denom* 


Synod 

Schools 

N. W. Ohio _..... 

8 

N. Wis.... 


Pac. N. W. .. 

T 

Phi la. .. 

____ 4 

Fbg... 

tn 

Pot. , . ^ __ 

<> 

Rd*. .. 

.l& 

Rkv- Mt __ 

__ 1 

R. fc. Ohlri 

ft 

So. ... 

tn 

S. Ill.„. 

is 

S. Ind. _ 

99 

S, W, Ohio _... 

_ 9 

S. Wis. ... 

IK 

Susq. .. 

5 

Texas ..... 

. . 6 

West N. T.. 

.-. 9 


299 

.17-9 


Other 

Schools 

10 

9 

2 

3 

8 

2 

11 

0 

0 

0 

0 

S 

7 

1 

10 

15 

7 


« b* » 


.478 
























































New Board 



Dr. Nace 


Rev. I* George Nace, D.D., assumed 
the duties of Genera! Secretary of the 
Board of National Missions on Janu¬ 
ary 1, 1946. He succeeded Dr. J. J. 
Braun, who has returned to the pas¬ 
torate. Dr. Nace is administering the 
duties of his office from the head¬ 
quarters at 1720 Chouteau Ave., St, 
Louis, Mo. 

A graduate of Franklin & Marshall 
College and the Theological Seminary 
at Lancaster, Fa., he has filled many 
responsible positions since his ordina¬ 
tion. Uniquely, he was at various 
times both a home missionary and a 
foreign missionary. He served in the 
Japanese Mission from 1920 to 1933- 
Return ing to this country because of 
a health situation, he assumed the 
pastorate of St. John's Church, Tilla¬ 
mook, Oregon, from which position he 
was called into interdenominational 
work as the Executive Secretary of 
the Oregon State Council of Churches 
and the Portland Council of Churches. 
He served in this capacity for seven 
years, during which period the work 
and influence of the Council were 
trebled as a staff of about forty col¬ 
laborators guided the churches in 
their religious, social and civic pro¬ 
grams. 

Because of his consecration and or¬ 
ganizational ability, the attention of 
the Board of National Missions was 
drawn to Dr. Nace, who accepted its 
subsequent challenge to the position 
of General Secretary. He was installed 
in connection with the annual meeting 
of the Board held at Lancaster, Pa., in 
June of 1946. Associated with him as 
regional secretaries are Rev. H. R. 
Gebhardt, Dr. Ralph S. Weiler, Dr. 
Alex. Toth and Rev. Paul Jueling. The 
Church has already expressed full con¬ 
fidence in his leadership, and prom¬ 
ises its hearty cooperation. 


Executives 



Dr. Sheeder 


Rev, Franklin 1, Sheeder, D.D., was 
elected Executive Secretary of the 
Board of Christian Education and Pub¬ 
lication in the spring of 1946. He 
succeeded Dr. Alfred N. Sayres, who 
is now a member of the faculty of the 
Theological Seminary at Lancaster, 
Pa. Dr. Sheeder was installed into his 
new office at the Third National Con¬ 
ference on Christian Education at 
Lakeside, Ohio, in June, and assumed 
bis new duties on July 1, 1946, with 
offices in the Schaff Building, Phila¬ 
delphia, Pa. 

Dr. Sheeder is an ordained minister 
of the Evangelical and Reformed 
Church. Keenly interested in all forms 
of Kingdom building and a recognized 
leader In religious, educational and 
civic projects for many years, his na¬ 
tive endowments and rich experience 
give every promise of a sane and 
strong leadership. In addition to sev¬ 
eral active pastorates, he has since 
1925 been associated with Ursinus Col¬ 
lege, where he served successively as 
assistant to the president, as teacher 
and head of the Department of Relig¬ 
ion, and in 1930 was appointed Regis¬ 
trar, the first person in the history 
of the college to hold that office. He 
continued in this capacity until July 
l, 1946. 

Dr. Sheeder is no stranger to cer¬ 
tain responsibilities of his new office. 
For a number of years he, together 
with Mrs. Sheeder, served in connec¬ 
tion with thh work of the summer 
camps and conferences. This phase of 
Kingdom building continues to occupy 
a large place in the plans and program 
of Dr, Sheeder Board. The Executive 
Secretary and a growing staff of de¬ 
partmental leaders are addressing 
themselves to their varied tasks with 
diligence and consecration. 


51 * 


Register of Ministers 

As of September 25, 1946 

The following list gives the name, post-office address, the place of theological prepara¬ 
tion and the year of ordination (or licensure, if not ordained) of every minister of the 
Evangelical and Reformed Church* It contains, as nearly as possible all changes of 
addresses to date shown above* The Constitution of our Church and the actions of 
our Judicatories make the Secretary of the Church responsible for all records of our 
ministers and congregations* That this register may be correct, every minister chang¬ 
ing his address shall notify W. S, Kerschner, Statistician, Office of the Secretary, 15U6 
Race St, Phladeiphla 2, Pa, 

ABBREVIATIONS 


Theological Seminaries 


EL—Bloomfield Seminary 
C—Central Seminary (union of Heidel¬ 
berg and Urslmis) 

CHS—Colgate-Rochester Seminary 
CTS—Chicago Theological Seminary 
E—Eden Seminary (formerly M arthas- 
ville Seminary) 

ES—Evangelical Seminary, Naperville 
FC—Evangelical Academy, Ft, Collins 
GBI—Barrett Biblical Institute 
H—Former Heidelberg Seminary 
HS—Hartford Seminary 


Li—Lutheran Institutions 
McC—McCormick Seminary 
MH—Mission House Seminary 
P—Princeton Theological Seminary 
TS—Theological Seminary, formerly Mer- 
cersburg, now Lancaster 
U—Former Ursinus School of Theology 
UC—University of Chicago 
US—Union Theological Seminary 
Y—Yale 

X“Seminaries other than aforementioned 


Designations or Ministers without Charge 


Ch—Chaplains in the armed forces (only 
their permanent addresses, as far as 
known, are given) 

D—Ministers in denominational work— 
officers, secretaries, editors, presidents 
and professors of educational institu¬ 
tions, superintendents and chaplains of 
benevolent Institutions of the Evangeli¬ 
cal and Reformed Church 


E—Emeriti, retired or disabled 

G—In Christian service, but outside the 
Evangelical and Reformed Church 

I—Inactive, or In secular work 
L—Licentiates 
M—Missionaries abroad 


Degrees 

The General Synod has approved the omission of all A.M. and B,D, degrees from the 
Register of Ministers. It has also voted that only such honorary or scholastic titles and 
degrees be officially recognized as are granted by schools of recognized standing—Le., 
colleges recognized by the Associations of Colleges, and seminaries recognized by the 
Association of Theological Seminaries of the United States and Canada. 

Subsequent action of the General Council: “The General Council voted that all de¬ 
grees published prior to January 1, 1945* be recognized and continued in the 194(5 Year 
Book. (Minutes of February 7 and g, 1945.) 


Synodical membership 


C—California Synod 

CP—Central Pennsylvania, Synod 

Dak—Dakota Synod 

EP—East Pennsylvania Synod 

la—Iowa Synod 

KC—Kansas City Synod 

Lan—Lancaster Synod 

Leh—Lehigh Synod 

Mag—Magyar Synod 

Mer—Mercersburg Synod 

MI—Michigan-Indiana Synod 

MV—Missouri Valley Synod 

Neb-—Nebraska Synod 

NY—New York Synod 

NEO—Northeast Ohio Synod 

N—Northern Synod 

NX—North Illinois Synod 

O—Can 
*—Not yet 


NWO—Northwest Ohio Synod 
NW—North Wisconsin Synod 
PNW—Pacific Northwest Synod 
Phi—Philadelphia Synod 
Pbg—Pittsburgh Synod 
P—Potomac Synod 
R—Reading Synod 
HM—Rocky Mountain Synod 
SEO—Southeast Ohio Synod 

50— Southern Synod 

51— South Illinois Synod 
Sind—South Indiana Synod 
SWQ—Southwest Ohio Synod 
SW—South Wisconsin Synod 
Sua—Susquehanna Synod 

T—Texas Synod 
WNY*—West New York Synod 
also officiate in German 
received into membership 


i 


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A-Ha! 


Abbott. Ray E, P (Sus). 832 Third 

St, Nescopeck, Pa. .. --X45 

Abele, A. F. (WNT), 126 W, 9th St., 

Erie, Pa......OEH 

Abete, Emil F, (KC), 706 E„ Spring 

St„ Boonvllle, Mo. .,. ....OE23 

Abele, Fred J.‘(NT), 2400 Budd St.. 

River Grove, flL ..„„,..OEll 

Abele, J. (E) (KC), Blue Springs, 

Mo. • .. .„ tt(11 „^OX91 

Abele, Ralph C, (MV), 5216 Mardel 

Ave., St. Louis 9, Mo. . ...OE25 

Achtemeier, Arthur R. (SW), Box 40, 

Montlcello, WIs. _OMHP20 

Achterman, A. H. (Ch) (NWO). 

Hampton, Iowa .. ..OMH28 

Adams, Garnet O. (R), Hastings 
Hall, eOO W, 122nd SL, New York 

27, N. Y. . .TS45 

Adams, John K, (E) (Sus), 155 W, 

3rd kt, Bloomsfourg, Pa.„_......TS99 

Adams, Warren E, (Sus), 14 E, 
Hollenbach Ave,, Wilkes-Barre, Fa, 

TS45 

Adams, Wm, F„ M,D. (I) (WNY>, 

53 Millwood Rd. p Toronto 12, Can¬ 
ada .. 02 

Adams, W. S, (NEO), 612 Noble 

Ave., Akron 2 , Ohio ---..HOO 

Adelsperger* Carl L. (SEO), Canal 

Fulton, Ohio ... -.C2S 

Agrieola, E. R. O. (NWO) t R. 3, 

Bueyrus* Ohio .....—OEOo 

Ahrens, H. a (NWO), XL 1, Rock¬ 
ford, Ohio .......OE23 

Albers, Karl F- (MV), Moscow Mills, 

Mo..*.*.............E28 

Alberswerth, A. F, (MV), R. 14, Box 

1455, Affton 23, Mo, ....OE14 

Albrecht, M. P. (M) (NW), Baloda 
Bazar, Raipur Disk, via Bhatapara, 

C. R, India ...........E21 

Albright, Alton F. (Phi), UnlteM^ 

Alb righti Cedi A, fMi)r®357 E- 
Grand Blvd„ Detroit 11, Mich, ........COS 

Albright, John H. (E) (MI), R- D. 4, 

Salem, Ohio .....„H85 

Albright, William H. (R) t Orwigs- 

burg, Pa. ...-.TS46 

Alden. Joseph P., D.D. (SWO), 2401 
Ulrich Ave,. Dayton 6 , Ohio — ...._.....U02 
Aldinger, E. G. (E) (Sind), 802 N, 

4th St, Boonvllle, Ind. „....-_OE83 

Allrich, F. C. (SI), 1009 9 th St., 

Highland, Ill.-......;.OE36 

Allrich. Rudolph S. (MV), 7423 S, 
Michigan Ave-, St. Louis II. MO.....OE39 
Alspaeh, Chester B. (I) (£WQ), 

Canal Winchester, Ohio ,OC25 

Alspach, T, A„ D.D. (ban), 441 N. 

Duke St., Lancaster. Pa.OCUCIO 

Althouse, Charles F. (E) (EP),Kint- 

nersville. Pa. .......TS94 

Althouse, Harry D-, D.D. (So), 1625 

12th Ave., Hickory, N, C. .TS22 

Althouse, Howard A. (E) (R), 419 E, 

4 th St-, Boyertown, Pa. ..................OUO 5 

Althouse, Paul L (P), 15 W. Church 

St„ Frederick, Md......... -Y37 

Althouse, Ralph D, (Leh), 73 Church 

St., Macungle, Pa___ TS34 

Anderson, Fred C, (MV), Bland, Mo. 

OE31 

Anderson, Roy A. (KC), Hudson, 

Kans. .........E38 

Anderson* Stanley E. (Neb), Goehner, 

Neb r. ..„ E4 5 

Anderson, Wm. C, (T), 2713 Joliet 

St., New Orleans 18. La. .....OEP27 

Andreas* Morgan R. W. (P), Adams- 

town, Md, .....„..^TS42 

Andres, F. (E) (NY), 2060 New- 

bold Ave., New York, N, Y...OX11 

Andres, Nelson H, (Pbg). 104 S- 

Seventh St, Duquesne, Pa. .....,TS46 

Andrew, Jas, D., D.D. (E) (So), 503 
W. 2nd St, Lexingt^p, K* C, . 


Andrew, Jos. D. (Ch) (So), R. 1, 

Lexington, N. C..—... -.E39 

Andrews, Ernest F. (Sus), 506 Bloom 

5t„ Danville, Pa...TS45 

Ankeney, Alfred (M) (NEO), c/o Dr. 

C. G, Rum, 726 Ocean Ave., Brook¬ 
lyn 26. N. Y. ..-....Cl 2 

Ansley, Elmer F. (MV), 1317 Sullivan 

St., St. Louis 7, Mo...-E36 

Anstedt. Philip J. (NY), 566 East 7th, 

St, Brooklyn 18, N. Y, .....X42 

Antal, Arthur E. (Mag), 600 W. 

122nd St, New York 27, N, Y. .TS42 

Apple, Jos. H„ LLD. (E) (P), 323 
North College Parkway, Frederick, 

Md. .......~ 83 

Arends, Edwin A.. D-D. (Nil, 1409 S- a 

Chicago Ave,, Freeport, Ill. ..OEIO 

Arndt, Elmer J. F„ Ph.D, <D) (^IV>, 

475 E, Lockwood Ave., Webster 

Groves 19, Mo.....-. E29 

Artopoeua, dtto F. (M) (NWO), 651 

Forsythe St., Toledo, Ohio ...E45 

Arvay, Andrew (Mag), 1940 Clinton 

BU Buffalo 6 , N, Y. ....BL34 

Asendorf, Albert S, (CP), 329 S. Bur¬ 
ro wes St., State College, Fa. ,..TS28 

Ash, Harold R. (R), 5 Spring Garden 

St., Lansford, Pa- .. .TS32 

Aufderhaar, W. H. (T), 550 Canton 
St„ San Antonio 2, Texas ........ OE01 

Aulenbach, Henry I. (Leh), 1343 
Turner St., Allentown. Pa, .....,.*.,„..TS24 

Auler. H. N. (M) (MV), Apartado 
17, San Pedro Sula, Honduras, 

C. A........El 8 

Auler, Harold N„ Jr. <M), (MV), 

Apartado 17, San Pedro Sula, Hon¬ 
duras, C. A. .. -E44 

Auitman, Paul E. (SWO), Thomville, 

Ohio —.. MH44 

Awiszus, H. M, (KC), Baldwin, R. 2, 

Kans...-. ^...OL09 

Azary, John (E) (Ml), Veterans 1 Ad¬ 

ministration Hospital, Dearborn. 
Mich. . „.BL15 


Baas, Michael (Sind), Office, 219 E- 

Broadway, Louisville 2, Ky.OB23 

Babinsky, Andrew (WNY),6&6 Toua- 

wanda St., Buffalo 7, N. Y, ..X26 

Bach, Marcus D. (1) (la). School of 
Religion, Univ. of Iowa, Iowa City. 

Iowa ..........0X2 S 

Bach, Roland R- (I) (NI), Address 

Unknown ...OMH25 

Bachman, Adam R. (Lan), Schaef- 
ferstown. Pa. .^^,^7820 

Bachman, Calvin G*, D.D. (Lan), 

New Holland* Pa. .....................„....TS15 

Bachman, Thos, H, (Leh), 347 4tff 
St., Slatington, Pa. -OTS09 

Bachmann. Conrad (E) (NY). Wood- 

stock, N. Y. ....-.0X88 

Baekenstose, J, Donald (Lan), c/o 
Postmaster, Schaeffers town. Pa. ....TS31 
Bacso, Bela P. (Mag), 607 Plum St., 
Fairport Harbor, Ohio 5 

Baer, Harold C. (Phi), 428 W. Main 

St., Lansdale, Pa. TS36 

Bahnaen, Arm in F, (T), Schulenburg, 

Texas . .....OE23 

Bair, John F, (E) (Phi), 4 Highland 

Ave-, Ablngton, Pa, .......TS97 

Bair, Lawrence E., Jr, (CP), Center 

Hall, Pa..- .TS45 

Bakay, Arpad (NEO), 860 Cobum 

St. T Akron 11, Ohio .....TSU 

Baker, David D., D-D. (D) (MV), 

1720 Chouteau Ave., St Louis 3, 

Mo. .. .McC2S 

Bald, Frederick W. <E) (P), 19369 

Blake Ave.. Detroit 3, Mich, ..TS96 

Baldauf, Robert J. (NED), 20120 
Lomond Blvd.. Cleveland 22. Ohio..E35 
Balia, Slgismund (Mag), 849 Harbor 

" Ohio ....X26 


St, Conneaut, Oh 


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UaMler 


Balogh. Stephen 13. (I) (Mag), Hun¬ 
garian Veterans' Bureau, ill W. 
Washington Blvd., Chicago 2, I1J*.***X28 
Baltzer, D. (Tj, 341U Austin St*. 

Houston 4, Texas .*...**.„..0E13 

Banks. Wm. H. (Mer), 430 N. Frank- 

lln St.. Hanover. Pa. v -TS42 

Barela, R. G . A, (MV). Billings. Mo. 

OB3 3 

Barley. Alton W. (Lan), 106 E. Main 

SU Hummelsto wn. Pa.TS30 

Barley, Arthur W, (E) (P>. R. F, D.. 

Woodstock, Va... TS10 

Barnhart, John L„ D.D, CD) <P>, 

3408 Edge wood Rd., Baltimore 15, 

Md. ............._.*,._*_..„*......*TS97 

Barnhart, Wm. R.. D.D, (D) (P). 

507 Kim St.. Frederick. Md.US30 

Barr, Malcolm E. (Ban), 123 S. 10th 

St,, Lebanon Pa, „.....**..**__*..***..*.TS34 

Barr* Reginald L. (NWO) t Old S, 

and S. Orphans' Home, Xenia, Ohio 

Bartell, Geo. A. (N), R. 2, Ellsworth* 

Wls, ...1**.****__OMH38 

Bartell, Henry A* (N), Herman. 

Minn" ..........MH41 

Bartels, Waldo J* (NEO), 16 Pitts¬ 
burgh SL, Columbiana. Ohio ..OE17 

Barten, Herbert W. Cla), Gladbrook. 

Iowa .........MH44 

Barth, tt. J* (NI), 612 N, Central 

Ave., Gilman, III...........**.„-.<E37 

Barth, H, L* (SW), Woodman, Wls. 

OEOl 

Barth el meh, Donald J* (SEO), 403 

Fifth St., Marietta, Ohio . E42 

Bartholomew, Alfred C, (Phi), R. F. 

D. 1. Chalfont. Pa. -TS42 

Bartholomew, Gilbert J. (PhD, 1045 

High St., Pottstown, Pa. *....TS38 

Bash, C, L. Cl) (Fbg), 208 W* Main 

St. Evans City, Pa_____.XI9 

Basfller, Emil H, (Fbg), 5S06 Hamp¬ 
ton St,. Pittsburgh 6, Pa. ..E34 

Bassler, Otto C* (SI), 107 E. First 

St., Waterloo, Ill. ........OE26 

Bassler* Ph* H. (Nl), 650 Sheridan 

Ave*, Dolton, Ill* ......*......OE08 

Bauer, F* Wm* (E> (WNY), 129 

Warham SL Syracuse S. N* T.OE95 

Bauer, John M* <E> (NW), R. 3, 

Manitowoc, Wls. ...QMH03 

Bauer, Joseph, Ph.D. (D) (NW), R. 

3. Plymouth, Wts......OMH23 

Baughman. Philip L. (L) <I> (Her), 

R. 3. Newville, Pa.*...29 

Baum. Wallace A- (La.n), New Provi¬ 
dence, Pa* .***_,..**-„*.*„„„***„.,-„_,TS4 4 

Bauman* Albert B, f D.D, (E) (Pbg), 

2412 Koa Ave., Honolulu 11, T* H. 

TS29 

Baumann, Glenn E. (SI), 99 Clare¬ 
mont Ave,. New York 27. N* Y.*1243 

Baumann, Otto E. (la), 4th and Linn 

Sts., Marshalltown, Iowa **.„.*..**,.*E 3 4 

Baumann, Robert J. (Sind), R. 3, 

Box 897, Evansville, ind. .„„*„**,***-**-E40 
Baumann, Walter F* (MI), R* 1* 
Manchester, Mich* *,-....**** ***,*._..*.*... OE16 
Baumer, Harry W. (NEQ), 1904 
Schaaf Rd„ Cleveland 9. Ohio ****OMH29 
Baumgaertel, Henry (RM), 1423 8th 
Ave., Scottsbluff, Nebr, ***,****.***.....**.OE 10 
Baumgaertel, Hy* F*. Jr. (NI>. 5049 

Gunnison Ave,, Chicago 30, Ill.**OE40 

Baumgartner, Walter (KC), R. D. 1, 

Cosby. Mo. .*........ OMH32 

Baur, Herbert (MV), High Ridge* 

Mo* ..........OE3 5 

Baur, Karl F, (KC), Budora, Kans. 

OE29 

Baur. Theo. C. P. (la), West Bur¬ 
lington, Iowa .. OE10 

Baur* Wm. L„ D.D. (E) (MV), e/o 
Rev* Herbert Baur, High Ridge, 

Mo. ***********—.. **.„..GE90 

Baur, Wm., Jr, (M) (MV), Baltal- 
pur* C,P. r via Ehatapara, B* & N* 

By*. India —****** ----E35 


Bausch, Robt. A (R), 5 N* 6th St*._ 

PottsvlUe, Pa* ---.......**TS13 

Eauaman, Benj. F, (E) (Lan), 319 

N, Duke SL. Lancaster, Pa. .**..*.-TSS3 

Baver* Clinton M* 1R), 505 E* Ma- 

hanoy Ave** Mahanuy City, Pa.TS27 

Bayard, Charles O* (WNY), 869 E. 

Dels van Ave.* Buffalo 15, N. Y..X26 

Beattie, Walter K*, Th.D. (1) (PhD, 

E* Main SL, Lansdale. Pa...C27 

Beaver, Chalmer G. (SWQ>, 150 King 

Ave*, Lancaster, Ohio ...~*.*C0S 

Beaver* Irvin M- (E) (R), 222 N* 6th 

SL* Reading, Pa.**.**.H9I 

Beaver* Reuben S* (SWO), Somerset, 

Ohio _*...*.—-*~-CIS 

Beaver, R* Pierce, Fh*D* (M> (P), 

13 20 W* New SL, Lancaster, Pa. *.~X32 
Bechtold, Walter (Neb), Syracuse, 

Nebr. *...** ...L*..OEOl 

Beck. Edwin A* (M) (NWO), R, 2, 

Vermilion, Ohio . McC06 

Beck. Karl H. (M) (NWO}, 120 Clin¬ 
ton Ave*. Timn* Ohio ......27 

Beck. Melvin E., D*D, (SEO>, 713 S- 

Main SL, North Canton, Ohio ..C12 

Beck* R. G. (la), 611 Columbia SL, 

Burlington, Iowa . .......E37 

Beck* Robert P, (NWO), R. 2, Ver¬ 
milion, Ohio *****..—-..Y44 

Beck, Robert F* (SEO), Wood St*, 

East Canton, Ohio ********. *.E44 

Beck. Sam'l W* (E) (Mer), 327 E. 

King St., Lit ties town. Pa. ___.U03 

Beck, Walter C* (So>, 219 E. Main 

SL, Lln co In ton* N. C. ...*X12 

Becker, E. J. (PNW), 3201 Wetmore 

Ave., Everett, Wash...OE08 

Becker, Edwin (NW), 743 S* Park 

Ave,* Oshkosh, Wla. . .OE34 

Becker, H. (E) (KC), Concordia, Mo. 

EOS 

Becker, Harold H, (KC), 720 Ne¬ 
braska Ave.* Kansas City 2* Kans,..**E4G 
Becker, L* M. (Lan), R. D* 3, Lan* 

caster* Pa. .. „.TS40 

Becker, W. J, (la), Geneva, Iowa. 

OMHP20 

Beckmann. Wm. C. (NW), E_ 3, Box 

100. Plymouth. Wis* _ OMH14 

Beecken, Heibert J. (Nl), R* 1, Elgin, 

III. .... E4G 

Beecken, Peter H, (Nl), R* 1, Elgin, 

III . OE15 

Beehler, Clarence J* (SI), 2077 Fair- 

wood Ave., Columbus 7, Ohio ..E32 

Behle, A* H. (Sind), 423 S, 5th St** 

Paducah, Ky.**...*...*.E8 6 

Behle, Harold L* (SI), New Baden, 

III. .........,E45 

Behrens, Burt A (T), 221 Thomas 

SL. Biloxi, Miss. .. TS31 

Behrens, H. A (P), Toms Brook* 

Va. .. *TS18 

Beier, Edwin C. (SI), Marissa, Ill* ..OE32 
Beier, Emil (MV), Morrison* Mo. ....OEOl 
Beier. Theodor E. (SI), 240 N. Main 

St.. Breese* III.—.........OE32 

Beisheim, Arthur K. (WNY). 113 

Bohr SL. Buffalo 11* N. Y.PMH22 

Beissenherz, E* H* (KC), Wellington, 

Mo..........,..OE12 

Bemberg, Fr* (Nl). R. 2, Peart City. 

HI, ...._*...............O EMcCQ 5 

Bcndipkeit* Cbr. <E) (KC), Blue 

Springs, Mo......*.0X93 

Benkendoerfer. Karl (E> (SI), 409 

Goodner SL. Nashville* 111* ,**_,*...*OE04 
Benner. Henrj A* I, (E) (PhD. 

Qua k e rtown. Fa--*********...******,*U91 

Benner. Louis D. (E) (MIL 9722 E* 

Outer Drive. Detroit 5* Mich.OMH94 

Benthfn* Paul A (Thg), 16 Shubert 
SL. N* S. Sta*. Pittsburgh 12, Pa, 

OE08 

Berger, C* (SI), R* 1* Venedy* Ill. **..0X03 
Berger, Carl W. (Nl), 310 Avalon 

St., Peoria 5, Uh *---„.B40 

Berger, Edwin (T) t Box 693, New 
Braunfelft, Texas ______*_E30 


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Berger, Russell R. G. (NT), 9219 
245th Sl, Bellerose, Lr. t, N* Y, ..„TS45 
Berges, Carl E. (SKO), 121 Tremont 

St., Massillon, Ohio w .....EY35 

Bergey, August E. (la). Primrose, 

Iowa _...„.......^.,.E 3 6 

Bergstraesser, Edward (NIK R. 2, 

BensenvUle, III. ........OE15 

Derkenkamp, Julius, S.T.D. (RMK 
617 Grace St, Worland, Wyo, ....OMH23 
Berkenstoek. Paul F. (SEO), R. 1, 

Nava ire, Ohio —*«__.._„..C33 

Berlekamp* Edwin W, (D) (NIK 411 
Cottage Hill Ave., Elmhurst, Ill. ^..OE14 
Berlekamp, Theo. C. (T), 418 Eelnken 

Ave., Belen. New Mexico .„_„OE12 

Berlekamp, Waldo (SEO K Strasburg, 

Ohio ...**„_.......OE27 

Berlepp, G. L* (E) (Sind), FL 3, 

Stanford* Ky__— ....0X06 

Bernath* Arpad U (Mag), 4327 W. 

Carrofl Ave.* Chicago Si, III .0X20 

Bessmer, Wm. C„ Jr, (KC), 416 W. 

4 th St, Scd&lia, Mo. __...—..........ES7 

Beth une, John N. (Pbg), 1018 Stan¬ 
ford Rd. p N.S., Pittsburgh 12, Pa. 

TS38 

Beta, G. M, (E) (KC), Blue Springs, 

Mo. ....X 0 1 

Reutenmueller, Albert (MIK 215 Lin¬ 
coln Ave,, Chesterton, Ind...OE03 

Beyer, Fred W. (MV), Dlttmer, Mo, 

E44 

Bias eh, Wllberl L. (SI), R. 2, Colum¬ 
bia, 111. -.._....1..._..J....E37 

Bfckel, Eugene F. (Sind), Crothers- 

vllle, Ena. ...._E46 

Biegelelsen, John A, <D) (MY), 119 
Bompart Ave., Webster Groves 19, 

Mo. .....™..OE15 

Bierbaurn. H, H. (MI), R* 1 ( Lenox, 

Mich. .................I.—OMH07 

Bierbaurn, J. C. (Ia), 505 Tenth St., 

Fort Madison, Iowa -...-.OE13 

Bierbaurn, Ruben J, (NI), 403 E. 

University Ave., Champaign. Ill.E33 

Bierbaurn, Theo. F. (E) (NI), E. 

First St, Bensenville, III. ,*... W ....„*.OE05 
Bill man, A. M*, D.D. (Lan), 1843 

Market St, Harrisburg, Pa. .-(ISIS 

Billmyer. C. Frederick 416 Hick¬ 
ory St, Bethlehem, Pa....TS42 

Billmyer. R. Cameron (R), 23 Evans 

Ave., Wyomlsslng, Pa..TS39 

Binder, August EL (Sind), 530 Wal¬ 
nut St., Mt Vernon, Ind.....E20 

Bingaman, George C. (EP), Coopers- 

burg, Pa. . ..TS43 

Birk, R. t (E)^(CK^831 46th Ave., San 


Francisco 21, Calit 


„G03 


Blrkner, S. El (la), Garber, Iowa ......E29 

Birnstengel. Louis (Sind), R* 2. 

Wadesville, Ind, -.OE95 

Bishop, J. Richard (Sind), 26 N, 35th 

St., Terre Haute, Ind. ..TS43 

Bishop, Kenneth E, (NI), 2335 Or¬ 
chard St. Chicago 14, Ill. .. .........TS 4 3 

Bisping, Adolph H* (Ia), 1020 Ex¬ 
change St, Keokuk* Iowa „....,.„.„*..OJ308 
Bittner, Silas F., Th.D.*_ D.D. (D) 
(Phi), 1505 Race St, Philadelphia 

2, Pa. OE15 

Blxler, Wilson M. (SW), Sauk City, 

WiB. __ .MH36 

Bizcr, Armin H. (NI), Northbrook, 

III . ..E22 

Bizer, Cari C. (NI), 1527 Edgewater 

Ava., Chicago 26. Ill.. OE12 

Blzer, Erich G, (NI), Frankfort, lit 

OE17 

Bizer, Raymond W* (SI), Dundas, III 

E45 

Black, Harvey W, (Pbg)* 1412 Ligo- 
“ - ‘ , Fa* .... 


nier St, Latrobe, Pa- 


..C28 


Blatt Frank H* (EP), IS N. 8th St, 

Stroudsburg, Pa, .....TS16 

Blatt, James N. (Leh), Old Zions- 

vllle. Pa. ..„.OTS04 

Blau fuss, Paul H. (NWt 1509 Mar¬ 
shall gt, Manitowoc, Wla,_OE34 


Blaufuss, Theophll (NW), Potter, 

Wls. ..I. OMH37 

Blemker. Rudolph W., D.D. (NWO), 

Bascom, Ohio . OC14 

Bloesch, Herbert P, (NI), 2500 N. 

Talinan Ave., Chicago 47, ill..0E21 

Bloesch, Paul C. (NIK 436 S. Court ^ 

St, Crown Point, ind- ....E38 

Bloesch, Walter W. (NI), Monee, III. 

E42 

Blome* Alvin A, (TV, 605 Eleanore 

SL. New Orleans 15, Da..OE28 

Bloom, John B» (KC), 1003 Lincoln 

St, St Joseph 42. Mo. ____TS04 

Blum* C, Eugene (kp), 728 W. Mar¬ 
ket St, Bethlehem. Pa...TS30 

Blum, Henry A. (NwO), 116 S. Lane 

St, Bucyrus* Ohio . —.„*..C31 

Bock, August (Neb), Stein auer* Nebr* 

OE15 

Bockstruck, Robert W. (SWOK 1633 
Goodman Ave., North College Hill, 

Cincinnati 31. Ohio ......—.E25 

Bode, D* A., D.D. (NWO), New 

Knoxville, 6hio ....._„„.„_..OMH12 

Bode, Erwin H. (MV), 3516 Giles 

Ave., Si. Louis 16, Mo...OE29 

Bode* Paul J. (Dl (MV), 475 E. 
Lockwood Ave., Webster Groves 19, 

Mo. ..OE36 

Bodenman, John (Dak), Box 266. 

Wishck, N, Dak, ...... 0X12 

Bodor, Daniel G. (NEO), 3036 Globe 

Ave., Lorain, Ohio -*..,.,...CTS26 

Boehm, James A. (!) (So), Dania*^^ 

Boeker, Li C. (SW), R. i* Sllnger* 

Wls. . ..OE04 

Boeaeh, Hawthorne (MV), 6706 St 

Louis Ave.. Wellston, Mo...E2S 

Boes-ch, T, L. (MV), 2811 Juniata 

St, St Louis 18, Mo. ......OE26 

Boettcher, Geo, J. (NI), 618 E, Main 

St, Danville, III. E31 

Bohn, Geo. (E) (MI), 1532 Terrace 

St, Muskegon. Mich. - 0X39 

Bohn, Paul (Ml), Port Hope, Mlch.„..X42 
Bohnenkamper* Carl C, (MV), 4341 

Chouteau Ave., St. Louis 10. Mo.OE24 

Bohncr, Adan A. (EP), Kunkletown, 

Pa. ........ , „ .1, .. TS26 

Boland, Christopher H.(NI). HI N. 

8th St., St Petersburg* III ............OE34 

Bollens* John H. (NEO), 5S2 Church 

SL, Amherst* Ohio . E24 

BolUger, Theo. P,* D-D. <E> (SW). 

R. 1, Box 429, Coral Ridge, Ky. 

OTS97 

Bollman. Wm. H* r D.D* (Lan), 44 E, 
Orange St, Lancaster, Pa, -.-OMHTS2D 
Boltz, Theodore W. (NY)* 225 Suy- 

dam St, New Brunswick, N. J. TS42 

Book, Donald C. (Pbg), Salina* Pa, 

TS46 

Borger, John A- (Pbg), St Peters¬ 
burg, Pa. ,**......TSl9 

Bormuth, Carl W. (NEO), It F. D. 5, 

Lisbon* Ohio ______ HS38 

Borne, Herman G, (MV), Jackson* 

Mo, __ „„„™„„...OE24 

Bosnia, Dietrich E. (Dak), Eureka, 

S* D. ......OMHIO 

Bostian, Frank K, (So) t 904 N. Main 

St, Kannapolis* N. C. _._......._.TS34 

B5szormenyi (Bessemer). Stephen M. 
(Mag), 641 Hancock Ave., Bridge¬ 
port 5, Conn. _ ...TS25 

Bourquin, Paul H. (NEO). 3589 Klm- 

mel Rd.. Cleveland 5, Ohio ....OE98 

Bowers. Edward J, (KC), 907 Elm 
St., Marysville, Kans. M *..*..*.„«.*.,.«*..ES9 
Bowers* Wayne H. (D) (P), Wood- 

stock* Va, . TS09 

Boyer, Dale E. (Phi), 304 Walnut 

Place, Havertown, Pa. ....TS44 

Boyer* Howard F. (CP), 611 Eighth 

SL* Altoona, Pa. .....TS27 

B(^er, Walter E. (Sus), Leek 





























































Ikra-Bur 


Brachman* Chester I* (EP), 1021 

Center St, Bethlehem, Pa........TS32 

Brandon. Wm* C*, Jr. (MV), B712 

Leona Ave*, St Louis 16. Mo.B33 

Brandt, Chaa* F* (E) (P). 5933 Mar¬ 
in th Ave., Baltimore, Md.......QL01 

Branke* Paul (E> (C), 5032 Fern* 

wood Ave*, Hollywood, Calif. ........OB 8 6 

Brantley, J. Keller (P), R, 2, West* 

tn Inster ,Md.......TS3 4 

Bratzel, fe.. L.H.D. (B) (So), 841 

West Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauder¬ 
dale, Fla. .. OE06 

Bratzel, G, G. (Neb). 603 S* Maple 

St. T Creston, Iowa .OE11 

Bratzel, Paul T. (SW), 2669 N. 19th 

St, Milwaukee 6, Wis* .OE07 

Branch I tsch, Wm, F* von (SEQ), 407 
Hamline Ave*. Zanesville, Ohio —OE28 
Braun, A. F. (kv), 3016 Louisiana 

Ave„ St Louis 18, Mo. ..,....,E3G 

Braun* J* J*. D.D, (WNT), 1206 
Oliver St*. N. Tonawanda, N. T. ....OE07 
Braun, Julfus SC (SW), 218 Fifth 

Ave*, West Bend, Wis...OE22 

Braun, Theodore C, (D) (MV), 1720 
Chouteau Avt, St Louis 3* Mo, 

OEY2G 

Braun, Theo. F. (NEO), 3383 W, 41st 

St., Cleveland 9, Ohio....OE07 

B ready, Guy P. (F), Taney town, Md. 

TS06 

Bredehoeft, H* J. (SI), 907 N* 2nd 

St, Edwardsville, 111. *........*.OE11 

Bredeweg, Harry (Sind), Clay City, 

Ind, «. ......-MH41 

Breisch, Warren A. (Phi), 504 N. 

Main St, Souderton* Pa, .. TS37 

Breltenbach, H. L. (E) (NI), 179 S. 

Kenilworth Ave*,Elmhurst, 111.OE99 

Breitenbach, W. (fe) (MI), 1846 W r . 

Grand Blvd, Detroit 8* Mich.OE94 

Brendle* D.D. (E) (Lan), R. 3, Leb¬ 
anon, Pa. .. TS07 

Brendle, Thos. R. (Leh), Egypt, 

Pa..TS11 

Brendle, W. Scott (Lan), Denver, Pa. 

cn 

Brenner, Scott F.* Th.D, (R) ( 611 

Walnut St, Reading Pa. ......TS30 

Brethauer, Herbert A, (WNT), 143 

Eaton St„ Buffalo S. N. Y* ..OE18 

Bretz, J. D. (E) (Sind), 1518 How¬ 
ard St*, Evansville, Ind. ...OE97 

Breuhaus, Otto W* <E) (SEO). 

Lowell, Ohio . OE91 

Bricker, Geo. H. (Mer), 225 W* Main 
St.. Waynesboro, Pa, ........................TS3 6 

Brlggeman, Robert E. (Sind), E* D* 

9* Indianapolis* Ind. -B 4 4 

Bright, Edwin D. (E) (P), Thur- 

mont, Md. TS04 

Bright, Janies W* (Phi), 11S W. Fi¬ 
nance St., Norristown, Pa. ....C25 

Brilihart. Robt F. (Phi), Ridge Rd., 

Phoenixville, Pa, **..,*...TS37 

Brindie, Ernest W. (I> (MertBlgler- 

viile, Pa.**...*..**.TS23 

Brink, G. F. (SI). Freeburg, III* _OE15 

Brink, Paul W* (kC), Okeenc* Okla. 

OE13 

Brodt, Herbert J. (NI), 1448 W. 78th 

St-, Chicago 43, 111...E07 

Brodt Robert D* (D) (Phi), Schaff 
Bldg,, 1505 Race St, Philadelphia 
2 Pa. . * CTS41 

Broetzmann, Elmer J. E. (Neb), 412 
First St, S.W., Le Mars, Iowa .....-OE34 
Bromer, Edw. 5., D.D* (E> (Lan), 

Hess Ave., R. D- 3, Lancaster, Pa. ,.T9* 
Bromer, Frank S. (E) (Lan), R. D* 

2, LItitz, Pa..U04 

Brong, Wm. H. (EP), 302 George 

St. Pen Argyl, Pa...OTS97 

Brouse. Chaa* F* (NWO), Sycamore, 

Ohio . COO 

Brown* Charles H. (Leh), Green 

Lane, Fa. .. OTS10 

Brown* Nelson C* (Pbg), Meyersdale, 

Pa, .„**,*.*,**....*** C3 3 


Brown, Theo* C. (EP), 9&D Itasca- 

St.* feethlehem. Pa. ....OTSOtt 

Brown, William S. (NY), 59 Bryn 

Mawr Ave,* Trenton, N. J. ........X39 1 

Brueckner* E. W. C. (E) (SWO), 

3100 Markbreit Ave., Cincinnati 9* 

Ohio .**.*****.*.......OMHQO 

Brueckner* Harry W* (NI)* 2008 W. 

Bradley PL* Chicago 18. Ill- ..OE23 

Brueggemann, Albert L. (Neb). Tal* 

mage* Nebr.........E27 

Brueggemann, Aug* L* (KC), Black¬ 
burn Mo* ---—....OE25 

Bruesch, Charles J* f Jr* (SWO). 329 

S. Mulberry St* Troy, Ohio .....HS46 

Brueseke, Edward W* (NWO)* 623 

Jackson St* Sandusky, Ohio ...E28 

Brugh, Chas. W. (E) (NWO), 108 

S. Washington St,* Tiffin, Ohio ......TS94 

Brumbach, Aaron L. (Leh), Kulz- 

town. Pa...**.............COS 

Brumbach, John C. (Mer), 323 E. 

King St., LrLttlestown, Pa* ..TS26 

Brumbaugh* LeHoy C* (Sua), 1310 

W. Pine St*, Shamokln, Pa.........TS36 

Brummer, Orville F. (NI), 13039 S* 

Gregory St* Blue Island, Ill......E26 

BrunOJck, Wm. T. (Ch) (P), 651 S. 

Main St., WoodStock. Va.„...,TS21 

Brune, P. G. (Sind). R. R. 10, Indi- 
a napol is 4 4 * I nd. ....< .****.**.***,.*.......*,.**OEl 2 

Brunn* Karl (E) (KC), Blue Springs, 

Mo. .. 6X91 

Bryant* C* B*, D.D* (KC), 803 N* 

Buckeye St, Abilene, Kans* .......*X17 

Bucher. J* Frank, D.D. (M) (Sua). 

” karbor City* N* J*-*..TS06 


Bucher, John R* (Pbg), Hyndman, 

Pa..—..—.*TS46 

Bucher, J* Theo* (NWO), Box 100, 

Sulphur Springs Ohio . *H01 

Bucher, Vincent W* (MV), Shannon- 
dale Community House, Gladden, 

mo ... jen 

Buchmueller, D* (KC), 716 Plum St*. 

Newton. Kans* .. OE90 

Buchmueller, Helmuth C* (NI), 1433 

Crain St, Evanston* 111* ..E$32 

Buchmueller, Oscar H* <N), Barnes- 

ville, Minn* .. ..E38 

Buchmueller, Paul (NI), Minonk, Ill* 

OEOl 

Buchmueller, Theo* S. (Mil, 13206 
Birwood Ave., Detroit 4* Mich ****.*.-OE32 
Buck* Albert W* (NI), 5052 Dakin 

St, Chicago 41. Ill.*...0X32 

Buck, C* A. J* (hi), Venedy, III .OL99 

Buck, Earl G* (N), Maple Lake* 

Minn. ......*.„..E45 

Buck, Raymond F* (T), 2221 Chip¬ 
pewa St, New Orleans 13, La. ........E31 

Buege, Henry C. (SI), Red Bud, Ill* 

TS43 

Buelter, Diedrieh (Neb), R. 1, Win- 

side, Nebr.....OMH25 

Bueneman, Erwin H. <P), 2827 Ala¬ 
meda Blvd*, Baltimore 18* Md* ....OE24 
Bueseher, John H. (E) (la)* 418 

Glasgow St, West Burlington, Iowa 

OE08 

Buff, Karl <E) (NI), R* 1, Harvard, 

Ill.......*....,....OE88 

Buffington, Chas. W* (Sue), 142 

Chestnut St, Sunbury, Pa....TS31 

Bunge, John H, (N). Plato, Minn* „**OE18 
Bunge, W* W* (E) (N>* 1012 1st St, 

S.W., Rochester, Minn* ...GEO 6 

Burger, Wilfred R-- (N), R. 1, Pres¬ 
cott, Wis* .. MH45 

Burghalter, Daniel, D.D, (B) (NWO)* 

272 E. Market St, Tiffin* Ohio.OH95 

Burkett, Harvey R* (N), Lester 

Prairie* Minn, ............OMH16 

Burkle, Carl (T), 611 E. Myrtle St, 

San Antonio 2* Texas .......E31 

Burrtehter, Emil (la)* R. 1, Newton, 

Ioiva .. .* ..*..*.......... .*... .*....*♦***.*** -O MH 3 0 

Burt, Harrold M. (NW), 301 E* 4th 
St, Red Wing, Minn. ..MH41 


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Bns-Def 


Btisekros, Edward H. (NX), R. 3. Ke- 

wanee, lli ...****.-.«*.-E24 

Basse. Edward J* (NW) t 220 N, 
Webster Ave** Green Bay*Wls. --OX38 
Busteed. Geo. W* (NY), S810 list 

Ave.* Glendale, L. L* N, Y. .33 

Butkofsky* Edw. O*. D.& (Sue), 131 
N. 8th St* Shamokin, Pa. .—.....TS26 


Caldemeyer, S* (MV), 1010 N. Main 

SU, Springfield, Mo.*—*♦**. ; ...OE06 

Caldwell, Elwood A, (SWO), *Ustag 

Sun, Ind. OMH3< 

Caldwell* Royatd V., 6550 N* Rock¬ 
well St., Chicago 45, 111..—._~-ES43 

Camerer, Irving W* (NEO), 6485 

Ridge Road. Parma 9, Ohio .----*-^41 

Carbaugh, Lee Q. (P), F. Q. Box 367, 

311 Ohio Ave., Harrisonburg. Va, -TS16 
Carolus* Harry C- (CP), Claysburg,^^ 

C^penter* fV C* (cT* 2 6 O N* Tt h S t, 

Las Vegas, Nevada —. x 

Carpenter* Huitt R* (So), Box 166, 

China drove* N* C. TS32 

Carpenter, Lonnie A* (So), Conover^ ^ 

Carr, StoyStown. _ 

.. .TS3& 


Y38 


CarvellTw*-Wilson (Mer) 341 Lin¬ 
coln Way East, Chambersburg* Pa. 

Casselman* Arthur V v D,D« tittD. 

CE) (R)* 731 N, 4th St*, Reading, ^ 

Casselman, Francis £, B*D* (L>) 

(P), 11 Branch St, Baltimore 21^^ 

Casselman* Herbert H*, D.D* (D) 
(NWO), City National Bank Bldg,* 
Tiffin Ohio .—.-.HO 7 

Chartron, Fritz (PhD* 5th St, below 
Erie, Philadelphia 40, Fa. .........OE36. 

Chatios, John C* (Sue), 7 W* Broad 
St, West Hazleton, Pa, ..JT&ib 

Chatfos, Rudolf Q. (Sus), 134 HL 
Broad St, West Hazleton Pa* OMHl^ 

Cheek. A, Wilson (So), 703 Sixth St, 

Chldester,^? Kei?? <^NWO K~3 t" Ply ni”^j ^ ^ 
outh St., Toledo 5, Ohio —..— -Eif, 

Cl, pp, Carl H. <Pbg), 221 Harrison 
St., Cumberland. Md- ..-«-*-■TS33 

Clark, Walter R, (Phi). 63 W, Blaine 
Ave.* Hatfield, Pa. TSl2 

Clausing* Moritz G* (SEO), R. 2, New 
Philadelphia* Ohio .*—.OMH22 

Clausing, Walter G. (SW), Verona* 

. ...,*......*....0 M tL 3 s 

Clauss, Howard D.* D*I>* (BP), ^an- 
ielsville* Pa* .—..—..........—0X21 

— — f ntw i Tt. 1. Malone. 

OL11 


Claussen/F* O. (NW), R* 1, Malone, 


Cogley, *W. H (Pbg) 102 Brook St, 

Colvlr? Harry L (BP): lOWrith St' 
Bethlehem* PV"7^rT»T - fl‘; TS37 
Cooper, Morris H. (D) (Pbg)* St 
Paul Orphan and Old Folks Home. 

Greenvilie. Pa* ----.TS33 

— f Tf!m m \ tshtl r U T 

TS30 


Cork Claude H, (F), Emmitsburg, 

coraian" e! Roy *"^ e * o 

Rebecca Ave*, Pittsburgh, 21* Pa*..T518 
Correll, Chas. E„ Ph.D* (E) (Sue), 

100 k Broad St, West Hazleton^^ 

Cornell" Herbert C. <R), 27^ S. Tiilpe- 
hocken St., Pine Grove, Pa. - v -...-TS24 
Cramer, William J. (NI) 300 N. 18th 
Ave*, Melrose Park. III. .......**..-.. OB 17 

Cramm, Wm, J. <E) (RM), 

Zuni St, Denver 11, JMo, .........OEO 1 

Creager, Alfred K (Phi), 522 Main 
<3t*7 CollegeviUe* Pa. .. T „,.***.~**TS3 < 


Creitz, Geo. A. (EP), 29 N, 3rd St, 

Easton, Pa. ...TS29 

Crisp, Arthur G* (Neb), 432 E* Pierce 

St., Council Bluffs, Iowa .....X3I 

Crist Truman A. (Ban), 226 Wood¬ 
bine St. t Harrisburg, £a*....TS32 

Croyle, H, A* (I) (CP). Pavia, Pa. —X28 
Cruslus, Emanuel (NI), 11353 S. 

State St, Chicago 28, Ill. _ _OB20 

Crusius, H* A. (SW), 209 N. Fond du 
Lac Ave., Menomonee Falls, Wis..* T _E21 
Crusius, Paul N* (D) (NI). 208 Alex¬ 
ander Blvd„ Elmhurst. Ill.....OUC17 

Csutoros, Alex, S.T*D. (E) (Mag). 

Apt. 1, 335 62nd St, Oakland 3, 

Calif... 

Custer, Russell D. (NY)* 63 S* Main 
St, Milltown, N* J.„.*_...**.TS24 


Dahlman, Emil J, (L) (I) (WNT), 

220 Saranac Ave.* Buffalo, N* Y. .19 

Dahn, Cad F. A. (E) (NW), R* D., 

Ba ra boo, W is........-OM HO 4 

Dalhaus, Edward W„ Jr. (NI), 1619 

Auburn St, Rockford, HI. .......E43 

Damm, Henry J* (KC), 713 Washing¬ 
ton St. Jefferson City, Mo.OE27 

Daniels* William H, (M) (Phi). 1945 
Chapel St, New Haven, Conn, ......TS4 5 

Danner, Donald M. (P), Shepherds- 

town, W. Va. ...TS14 

Danner, Nevin E* (Sus), 218 Broad¬ 
way, Milton, Fa. .......TS45 

Davies* Frederick R.. D.D, (Sind), 

3610 Guilford Ave., Indianapolis o, 

Ind* ......*.OE16 

Daroczy, Mathias (Mag), 1946 W. 

32nd St, Cleveland 13, tfhio ..BL22 

Daub. Daniel K. (E) (Lan), R. 3* 

Litltz* Pa. ....TS32 

Dauderman, Laverne R. (M) (SI). 

Apartado 17, San Pedro Sula, Hon¬ 
duras, C* A... 

Daugherty. Francis R, (Lan), 1006 
Walnut St* Columbia, Pa* ..........,.,.TS45 

David, Paul O. (NWO), 515 Superior 

St*, Genoa, Ohio ..........OEO? 

Davis* Hiram E. (So), 1904 Waugh- 
ton St, Winston-Salem 6, N, C. TS42 
Davis. M. F„ D.D, (M) (SWO)* 343 
Fairfield Ave., Bellevue, Ky. ..........OEO7 

Daye* Carl T. (So), Box 682, Spencer, 

N* C. TS46 

DeBuh r, Edmond M. (la), R. 1, Wan- 

kon. Iowa .. OMH20 

Dech, Elmer A. (Sus), Pillow, Pa. ...JTS3& 
DeChant, Clement W. (PhD, 610 66th 
Ave** Oak Lane, Philadelphia 26* 

Pa. ..*......*...TS21 

Dechant Norman J. (NW). 183 S, 

Clay St* Nellfsville, Wis.OMH30 

DeChant, Wilson B. (Ch) (FNW), 

707 Somerset PI., N.W., Washing¬ 
ton, D. C... .TS31 

Deditius* Vermillion F. (Neb), Loup 

City* Nebr. .......E45 

DeDobay, Raymond (SW), 812 E. 

Russell Aye., Milwaukee 7* Wis. „MH41 
Deitz, Purd E. f D.D. <D) (MV). 135 
Bompart Ave., Webster Groves 19, 

Mo. .. C21 

DeLong, Calvin M*, D.D. (Leh), East 

Greenville* Pa* .. ...OTSG3 

DeLong, Irwin H*. Ph.D,, D.D, (B) 
(Lan), 637 N. School Lane, Lan¬ 
caster, Pa.*.....-OTS09 1 

DeLong, Wm. F*> D*D, (E) (Phi). 

4623 Chestnut St., Philadelphia 39, 

Pa.*...........TSOI 

Denbeaux* Fred J* (I) (NY), Welles¬ 
ley College, Wellesley, Mass _.US40 

Derendinger, Ernst, Ph.D. (L) (D) 
(So), Catawba College, Salisbury* 

N* C, ..OBL08 


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Detail 


Detroy, Karl M* (MI), 114 N* 7th 

St* Grand Haven, Mich* **..~E38 

Dettbam, Ernst J. F. <P)* 2005 Bry¬ 
ant Ave,, Baltimore 17, Md* —.***,. OE13 
Dettmann, Albert (E) (C)* 68 Pre¬ 
sidio Ave.* San Francisco. Calif. .*.*0X98 
Detwiler, Arthur R. (So), R. 1, Whit- 

sett. N. C. _____TS45 

Deuschle, F, (E) (MV), Hermann, 

Mo* _*JL***_._'__.....OEO 0 

Dewald, H* A. (So), 1106 McDonough 

Ed.. kB., R, D. 3. Atlanta, Ga.0X05 

Dewitz, C. F. (ES (NEO)* 10710 
Columbia Ave„ Cleveland, Ohio ..OTS9G 
Dickbernd, Elmer H* (MV), Affton, 

Mo. ....**!......-OE31 

Dickey. Robert E., Jr,, 409 E. Walnut 

St„ Sharpsville* Pa.**.,*_TS45 

Diekmann, H* E- Walter (Sind), Du¬ 
bois, Ind. .......******OE05 

Diekmann, J* W, (Sind). 25 Walker 

St, Shefbyville, Ind...„_,..OE16 

DieHenderfer, John P* (E) (EP>* c/o 
Mrs* Lester Miller, 110 N. Main 

St, Nazareth* Pa..............TSQ0 

Diehl, Walter H* (EP), 152 S* Broad 

St, Nazareth, Pa. .. C2I 

Diehm* Frederick H„ D.D* (E) 
(NEO)* 3119 Fulton Rd., Cleve¬ 
land, Ohio ..— .OMH93 

Diehm, George (NWO), Kettlersville* 

Ohio *.....*.-OE30 

Diehm, Wm. (E) (C), 835 N, Orange 

St, Stockton* Calif. ..,.OMH83 

Dienes, Barnabas, D.D, (D) (Mag). 

Elmhurst College, Elmhurst* Ill. ,.BL23 
Dies, H, A. (E) (WNY), 6517 Broad¬ 
way, Lancaster, N* Y....OLD 3 

Dieter, Gerald W* (CP), 104 Maple 

St. Hollldaysburg* Pa. .....TS3 8 

Dietrich. Emory M- (Pbg), 408 Main 

St, Irwin, Fa. .....TS12 

Dietrich, Paul F* (RM), Idalia* Colo. 

OE08 

Dietrich, Wm. H. (I) (R), 156 S. 3rd 

St, Hamburg, Pa* ........TS26 

Dietsche, Irving K. (MI), 118 Walnut 

St., Wabash, Ind. ......E26 

Dietsche, Q. J. (WNY), 11 Washing¬ 
ton St* Attica. N. Y. .....OE28 

Dietz* Alvin F. (I) (Sus), 23 W* 

Arch St.* Shamok'n, Pa.TS19 

Dillenberger, John P* (SO* 99 Clare¬ 
mont Ave.. New Y^k 27* N* Y, ...DS43 
Diller* Robert G. (SEOL 968 S. Lin¬ 
den Ave.. Alliance* Ohio -...--.*.._^.-*.-B36 
Dill lard* Robert A. (Leh), 2119 Eaton 
Ave., Bethlehem, Pa* *.,«*************,*..,.,TS4 2 
Dillinger, George E. (Phi), 25 E. 

Gowen Ave., Philadelphia 19* Pa, ....C33 
DJnkmeyer, Henry W*. D.D* (NI)* 

4242 N, Paulina St, Chicago 13. 

Ill* ..*.*..*...OE14 

Dip pel, John CD) < SI), 1021 West E. 

St* BeHevlUe. Ill* ...OE11 

DIppelL Victor W.. Ph.D. (E) (Lan)* 

520 President Ave,, Lancaster. Pa. 

TSG2 

Dltel* Gustav (E) (MV), 4500 Wash¬ 
ington Blvd.. St Louis. Mo* ..........OE86 

Ditter, Rudolph C. (NEOl* 4515 W. 
130th St, West Park, Cleveland 11. 

Ohio ..............*****0X03 

Dittes* Norman C* (Phi), 5530 N* 4tb 

St* Philadelphia 20* Pn. .TS23 

Ditzler. Harold E. (C), 4309 4th Ave*. 

I os Angeles 43. Calif* ....__TS31 

Dobbs, J. Earl (CP), R. 2* Bedford* 

Pa* ** C2 6 

Doe!lefrid'*"AUg." (E)(MV' 2 128 'Me-' 

Causland Ave., St. Louis* Mo.OE07 

Doollefeid, James F* (N), Millville, 

Minn. ___* _...E4 5 

Doenges. Otto C* (NWO). 159 Tous- 
saint St, Oak Harbor, Ohio „OE29 

Doerres, H. N. (NWO), Waldo, Ohio 

LI 9 

Dohrmunn, Leonard B* (MV), Au¬ 
gusta* Mo* ........J545 


Dokus* Alex (I) (NY), 46 W* 26th 

St, Bayonne, N, J. ___...BL22 

Dotlefeld, Fred H. (Neb), Plymouth, 

Nebr* „__-_._*...„.....OE16 

Dorman* Jas. H* (I) (I^n), 559 

Woodbine St*. Harrisburg, Pa. __TS16 

Dorn, F. L* f Ph.D* <E) (5), 405 E- 

Pine St, Altadena, Calif. .,.OE89 

Dotterer, kay H.. Ph.D. (I) (CP). 

825 W, Foster Ave., State College. 

Pa* . TS09 

Drasch, Lester W. R. (KC), Cheney, 

Kan s. ********.******.*,*****.,..,„. .E 4 3 

Dreusicke, A* (E) (NI), Wood St, 

Hinsdale* III, .. ....OE97 

Drews, Edward W* C* (MI), 7640 

Ann Aibor St., Dexter, Mich.*..E3S 

Drucker, Fred J* <E) (NI), 675-677 
N* Dearborn St, Chicago 10, Ill. 

OMH38 

Duensing Geo* (Neb), 218 S. 10th 
St. Nebraska City, Nebr, *,.***,**...„OE03 
Duban* Henry (Ch) (la), 211 N. 

Port St. Baltimore, Md.......E3S 

Duhl. Frederick W, (WNY), Way- 

land* N. Y. ......*.0X24 

Dumstrey, Herbert (Ch) (Phi), 

Christiana. Del....„.XI1 

Dundore, Paul J„ Ph.D** D.D. (R) 

213 Stitzer Ave., Wernersville* Pa* 

_ . TS02 

Dunn. David, D.D* (D) (Lan), 519 
N, Pine St* Lancaster, Pa. ....Y16 

E 

Ebellng, Arthur F, (NI), 184 Center 

St.. RensenvlUe. Ill. .. E36 

Ebert* Laverne E. (MV), Marthas- 

ville. Mo* **.,... E42 

Eckert. Michael J. (SWO), 248 Wroe 

Ave.* Dayton 6. Ohio .*......C31 

Egbert. Orval (NW), 110 Reed St* 

Chilton, WIs. MH36 

Egirer* John fE) (PNW), 6926 S* W. 

29 th Ave,, Portland 1, Oregon ....OMH11 
Egger, O. A* (MV), 2100 Wolfe St*. 

Little Rock, Ark. - OE26 

Egger, S. (E) (WO), R* R. 5, Box 

108* Van Wert, Ohio ,****.„**.. E82 

EgiL Oscar A. (NY)* Taborton, N. Y* 

E19 

Egry. Ladlslaus (Mag). 4822 Ken¬ 
nedy Ave., East Chicago* Ind.*>*.X33 

Ehlman. Dobbs F.* Ph.D. (D) (FhU, 
SchafT Bldg., 1505 Race St* Phila¬ 
delphia 2, Pa...*...C26 

Ehret, Harry J„ D.D, (EP)* 1412 

Lenox Ave.* Bethlehem, Pa* ..U03 

Ehret* I*eater A. (Ch) (CP). Landls- 

vflJe, Fa. .„*_.****„......TS10 

Ehrgood* George A., LL.D, (So), Gib¬ 
raltar, Pa* -------*.THIS 

Ehrhart* Elden E. (Lan)* Millers- 

burg. R. i* pa...*... TS42 

Ehrhart, John H* (Mer), Fairfield. 

Pa....... ..TS 4 3 

Elben. Edwin O* (T), Orange Grove. 

Texas ...........OE36 

Eichhorn. Jacob {MI) f 1512 Maine 

St* Saginaw, Mich*....0X24 

Eiermann, F. W. A*, Ph.D. (E) 
(MV), 2001 Sylvan Hills Rd., 

North Little Rock, Ark. OL94 

Eigenrauch, Edwin A. (SI), R* 2, 

Nashville, 111, __ * v ^*25 

Filers* Roy J. (la)* Box 682, Aldem 

Iowa ---*****... e38 

EI?en, Theophllus (MT), 609 Syca¬ 
more St,* Niles, Mich. . *OE03 

Eiserer* Herman (I) (NT), 7150 S. 

Emerald Ave., Chicago. TIL .OCTSl!) 

Elbrlng, Orville L (D> (MV)* 475 E 
Loekwaod Ave,, Webster Groves 19. 

Mo* .. .... .*.......... OE 2 7 

Eller. C. (E) (Neb)* 7Q9 S* 9^ St. 

Nebraska City, Nebr, .. OE95 

Ellerbrake, Geo. P* (NI)* 333 E. Main 
St. ( Barrington, III. OE26 

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Elllker*. Ruben ft* (NWO), 112 Boston 

St, Gat ion, Ohio-*— .OMHlt 

Elliker, Samuel T. (la), Melbourne. 

Iowa .....1_*^.OMH92 

Elmer, Jacob (NIL R. 1, Freeport, 

Ill, .. 1 ..*..OMH13 

Elsttoff. August H. <SEO), 515 N* 
Buckeye St., Wooster* Ohio ... HMH2S 
Elshoff. Elmer J. (NWL 929 Eliza- 

both St p Marinette, Wis, .,.u.vlH33 

Ely, D* Jas, (I) (CP), Manns Choice, 

Pa, ..._...—.Cll 

Ely, George K. (Pbg)* R* 1, Meyera- 

dale, Pa. __-....„„.OTSOG 

Emigholz, Christian (T), Weimar, 

Tex as ........*.„.*„*..0F 9 5 

Enders, Chas*, D.D. (PL 1920 G* St.* 

N.W.* Washington 6, D* C* *******.OE07 

Endter* John (E) (KC), 1573 First 

Ave*. E** Horton, Kans--OE95 

Engetbrecht, Glen D. (Sindh Lynn- 

v il ie, l n d... **.,. OE 2 5 

Engelmann* Alvin O, (KC), Alma, 

Kans* ..*....*.*......MH29 

Engelmann, Frederick W, (E) (NY), 

1773 Hower Ave., East Cleveland 

12* Ohio .OMH95 

Engelmann, Gerson S. (SWO). 4038 

Taylor Ave** Cincinnati 9. Ohio .C30 

Engelmann, Marcus J* (SWO) 210 

Miami St., Pi qua, Ohio .CS9 

Engelmann, Otto J. (E) (Neb). 919 
W. Milwaukee Ave., Storm Lake. 

Iowa .. -OMH97 

Engel sdorfer. Frederick H* (MTh 4880 
Lawndale Ave., Detroit 10. Mich, ..OE24 
Engle, E. Earl (NWO)* $55 Brice 

Ave., Lima* Ohio . .,.,C13 

Englert, Donald M. C* (D) (Lan), 

631 College Ave., Lancaster, Pa.OP34 

Erbes* John (RM), Windsor, Colo, 

OFC17 

Erdoy, Frank J. (SW), 2735 N. 40th 

St, Milwaukee 10. Wis* ..**. MH39 

Erdman* Lee M., D.D. (R), 850 N. 

11th St, Reading. Pa. ...TS07 

Ernst, A, C. (E) (KC), 429 Centra] 
Ave., Leavenworth 11. Kans, ...OEHS06 
Ernst, John I*. Ph.D. (D> {MIL 
Supt. Ev* Deaconess Hospital. 3245 
E, Jefferson Ave.* Detroit* Mich. ..OE08 
Ernst, Karl J.. Ph.D.* D.D. (D> 
(NWL R. 3, Plymouth, Wts* ....... 0X0 9 

Ernst, Martin E. (KC), Concordia, 

Mo..****...*****■■-.OE32 

Eroh, Russell C*. Ph.D* (Rl* 120 E, 

Main St, Schuylkill Haven* Pa.TS32 

Eshelman. Absalom O* (E) (R), 313 

S. 4th du Reading, Pa* ..*.*.TS24 

Eshmeyer. R, E* (NEO), 2592 Robin- 

dale St, Akron 5, Ohio ..C24 

Essebaggers* Theo. (M) (NY), Rai¬ 
pur, C. P„ India .......X32 

Evemeyer, Edw. F. p D.D* (E) (CL 
462 S, Palm Drive* Beverly Hills, 

Calif, ......*...**.H05 

Eversman, Florenz H. (Slnd) p R. R. 

1, Mt Vernon, ind. ..OMH26 

Eyrlch* Otto G* A* (Neb), 703 Wal¬ 
nut St* Atlantic, Iowa ....^...OEIS 

Eyster, Frederick D* (F), 52 Broad¬ 
way, Hagerstown* Md__«..TS2S 


Fabian* Eli R* (Pbg), R* D* 2, Fre- 

don I a* Pa .....TS89 

Eager, Edward D. (E) (NEO), 2fi 

Heilman St* Tiffin, Ohio -......CIS 

Fahrenkamp, Fred (Sind)* 1920 W* 
Jefferson St. LoutsvHLe 3, Ky. ..... r .E30 
Fahringer* Elmer E* (H), Summit 

Station, Pa* .TS38 

Faust Allen K., Ph.D. (E) (So), 137 
E* Westmoreland Rd*. Falls Church, 

Va, .. TSOO 

Faust. Chas. H* (E) (Pbg), 560 
Third St*, Butler, Pa_ _TS99 


Faust David E* P Fh,D* CD) (So)* 
Catawba College, Salisbury, N* C,*...Y45 
Faust, Lawrence S, (E) <KC>* 425 

N* 1st St* lola, Kans* .„„,..TS9S 

Fauth p Robert T, (la), Tripoli* Iowa 

OE4 A 

Faye. Edwin N„ Jr* (Ch) (Phi)* 505 
Roberts Ave*. Glen side, Pa, ..„.„.„„..C27 
Feather, Dean R. (Ch) (Mer), Blaln* 

Pa, -* A „..TS41 

Feierabend* H. A* (M> (N)* Kharlar, 

Orissa, India . OE12 

Feller, Wm* C. (MI)* 310 W. Jackson 

St, Decatur, Ind. _ MH31 

Fenske, Herman A* ^WNY), 372 Mc¬ 
Kinley Parkway* Buffalo £0, N* Y. 

E26 

Fenstermacher* Harry F* (Ch) (Phi), 

Tui'botville* Pa. .. ,*...TS40 

Fesperman, Franklin L. (M) (D) 

(So), 1720 Chouteau Ave., St 

Louis “ 


Lis 3* Mo* 


.„C19 


Fesperman* Harvey A*.‘ D.D. (So), 

210 Tarpley St, Burlington, N* C.Cl6 

Fesperman* Hoy L. (So)* Box 2525, 

Greensboro, N. C* .....C27 

Fetterolf, Geo* P. (Sus), R. l, Sun- 

bury, Pa... .*„.TS38 

Fetterolf* Luton M. (R), 903 W, 

Market St, PottsvlUe. Pa* ..TS96 

Filipi, Milo, Ph.D., S.T*D* (Ia>, 1504 
Second St, S*W*, Cedar Rapid a* 

Iowa ........*.CTS11 

Fischer, Albert C* (NW), 1016 S, 9th 

St, Manitowoc, WIs* .....—OMH25 

Fischer, Christian (E) (MI), 637 W. 

Franklin St, Elkhart* Ind. .0X79 

Fischer Frank F. (Pbg), 16 S. 4th 

St, Youngwood. Pa* .. ..TS3& 

Fischer* F* W* (E) (MV>* 3415 Hal- 
llday Ave** St* Louis 18, Mo* ........GEOS 

Fischer, Philip C. (M) (SW), 8309 
Portland Ave. p Wauwatosa, WIs. ..,.E4& 
Fischer* Theodore F. (P), 304 Peach 

Blossom Ave^ Cambridge, Md* _OE03 

Fischer W* (E) (Neb), 110 Pearl 

St, Wayne, Nebr* .. *..*..OE96 

Fischer, Walter C. (N), Elkton, S, 

Dak.*...... E43 

Fisher* Franklin H.* D.D* (E) (Phi), 

™ - . * - Ua 


6625 N. 12 th St, Philadelphti 


Pa... 


--U93 


Fisher* William S. (Pbg)* Delmont, 

Pa* ......TS99 

Fister* J. Blaine (WNY), Y.M.C.A., 

Rochester 4* N* Y* ....TS45 

Fitz, Geo* T* (Pbg) t 531 Somerset 

St* Johnstown, Pa* ... TS24 

Flatter, Martin F. (NWO), Owen Rd., 

R. 1, Box 463B* Toledo 5, OhIo...,OMH28 
Fledderjohn. Ernest H*, D-D, (D1 
(NW), R. 3, Plymouth, Wis* ....OMcC08 
Fleer* August (E) (NIL 3636 S, 

Seeley Ave*, Chicago 9, III......OE90 

F1 ?^L Jo !? ri (E > CSWL 3461 N* 

14th St, Milwaukee 6, Wis* ....OE92 

Fleer* H, Armin (Nl), 2040 W. 36th 

St. Chicago 9* Ill, *....OE10 

Flickinger* Stephen L p D.D. <P) 204 

5* Cameron St* Winchester* Va.U03 

Flock en, Karl R* (So), Rockwell, 

N* C* ......TS42 

Florin* Erwin J., 2710 W. Iowa St, 

Chicago 22* III, .......OMH36 

Flottmann* J* (la), R. D. £* Sumner, 

Iowa .........GE13 

Flutk, J. Lewis, D.D, (E) (Lan) r 

Myerstown, Pa* ... .*. OU91 

Flucke* John W. (MV), 160 N* Mera- 

mec Ave*, Clayton 5, Mo.....OE29 

Fiueckinger, Carl F. (SW), Camp- 

bellsport, Wis* .......OMH16 

Folk* Ralph L* (R)* Esterlv* Pa”. TS28 
Fontana* John (MI)* 3074 Fletcher 

Rd., is. Chelsea, Mich* .... OL93 

Forry, Alvin J* (Mer), East Berlin, 


Pa* 


Foust WaUace W*. D*D* (E) (SEQ), 
212 W* Liberty £t* Ashland* Ohio '* 


TS36 


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Fox-Ge* 

Fox, Henry (SWO), Baltimore, Ohio 

OEG4 

Fox* Howard S* (Mer), 141 S* Strat- a 

ton St., Gettysburg, Fa, ..*.X23 

Frank, John W, (N), Cottage Grove, 

Minn.*.....* E4 5 

Franke* Arno H* (MV), 33 S. Ellis 
St*, Cape Girardeau, Mo. ................OE17 

Franke, C- H. (E) (SW), 33 S* Ellis _ 

St*, Cape Girardeau, Mo. .*„O08 

Franke, Theodor^TH- (Ml) 209 Gien- 
haven Ave*, N. W., Grand Rapids 

2, Mich* _„-.**.-.....OE19 

Frankenfeld, Frederick, LL^D* (C),‘ 

3717 7th Ave*, Inglewood, Calif.OEQO 

Frankenfeld Paul G. (WNY), 1« 

Peoria St* Buffalo 7, N* Y. ..OEI2 

Frankenfeld, Raymond F, (MV), 102 

E, 6 th St, Washington, Mo, .....OE35 

Frantz, Ira W* (Mi), 812 Kinnaird 

Ave*, Fort Wayne 6 , Ind.*_„.,TS27 

Frantz, John B. (Phi), 1028 BelLe- 

view Ave*, Pottstown, Pa. ...Y33 

Frantz* Nevln R. (Mer), Arendtsville, 

Pa* ....-...1..TS39 

Frantz* Gswin 3*, D-D* (D) (Lan)* 

527 W* James St*, Lancaster* Pa, „T808 
Franz, Calvin W* (SW), Rqcklield. 

Wis.........*.OMH32 

Franz, E, F* (NI), R. 3, Pearl City, 

Ill* .*...OMH05 

Franzmeier, Paul N., New Alb in, 

Iowa ...*.......OMH29 

Pravel, Noah H* (P), Lovettsvllle, 

Va. „..........TS16 

Frazier, Roy L. (Fbg), Monroe* Pa* 

TS33 

Freeman, Chas* F*, D*D* (Phi), 186 

EL Court St, Doylestown, Pa..TS05 

Freese* BenJ* F* (NI), 151 Western 

Ave., Bartlett Ill- -.OE14 

Fresen, Edward H* (NI), Green view, 

lit .™...........E 86 

Fresenberg, B. M* (NW), Greenwood, 

Wis. ...*..OMH28 

Fretz, Arthur (Leh), 17 N 2nd St., 

A1 lentown. Pa. .C 2 6 

Freund* Harold G*, M.D. (M) (MV), 

245 Union Blvd, St. Louis, Mo. .* ...E24 
Frey, Robert B* (NEC), Valley City, 

Ohio .. US41 

Frey tag, K. (E) (NI), 812 Leland 

Ave., Chicago, Ill* ._OE9S 

Friebe, K* (E) (SI), Box 231, Brigh¬ 
ton, Ill.........QE91 

Fried* Carl (Dak), Grenfell, Saak-, 

Canada . GMH35 

FriedU* Josias, D.D. (D> (NW), R. 3, 

Plymouth, Wis... OMHOO 

Fritsch, C* P. (MV), 2313 Bellevue 

Ave*, Maplewood 17* Mo..OE20 

Fritz, Lewis G. (NWO), 104 N* 
Franklin St, New Bremen* Ohio ....023 

Fritz* Stanley L. (NWO), 710 Colum¬ 
bus Ave., Fostoria* Ohio —.........~......C29 

Friz, Adolf (SW)* 3434 N. 24th St, 

Milwaukee 6 , Wis. OE1S 

Friz, Gerhard A (SI), Columbia, Ill. 

OE28 

Friz, Helmut R, (MV), 6452 S. Kings- 
highway, St. Louis 9* Mo* ..*.......*.-OE18 

EVoescher, Robert H* (MV), Foristell, 

Mo.. ...,.....*..E45 

Frohne, Armin G. (Ml), 4840 Rohns 

Ave** Detroit 13, Mich* ...._._OE23 

Frohne, Gilbert P* (SW), 1522 N. 

Hawley Rd*, Milwaukee 3, Wis.MeC34 

Frohne, Paul (WNY), 161 DeWitt 

Ave., Elmira* N* Y* . ..E21 

Frohne* Theo. P. (SW), 1522 N. 

Hawley Rd., Mahvaukec 8 , Wis* **.*OEOO 
Frohne* Victor P. (MI), 1107 Lin¬ 
coln Way, LaPorte, Ind. ..OE 2 3 

Fruechte, A* W* (NI)* 2746 Magnolia 
Ave*, Chicago 14, I1L .*.***.**..OEIO 


.OF • A\ 

Fiyer, John A (Mer), 2204 W* 
Market St*. York* Fa- *TS4fl 

Fuchs* George E, (NI), Manhattan, 

Ill ..._..E35 

Fuhrmann* Edward W* (NY), 404 
Lafayette St*, Newark 5, N, J. **..OBL22 
Fuhrmann, F* G* Walter (NY), 126 
W* 47th St*, Bayonne, N* J*_.-OBL11 


Gable, Lee J. (G) (Nl>* 319 S* Har- ^ 4 

vey Ave,, Oak Park, Ill.TS31 

Gabler* Carl E. (Neb), 315 N. 33rd 

St-, Lincoln 8, Nebr. .........OE39 

Gabler, Paul G* (F), 10 S E- 32nd St.* 

Baltimore 18, Md.OE23 

Gabler, Theo, F* (I) (MI), 15368 

Trinity St, Detroit, Mich* *....*.....*..OE22 
Gabler, William C* (MV), Chester¬ 
field, Mo.......**E40 

Gadow, Richard M* A. (SW). 1504 N. 

Tilth St., Wauwatosa 13. Wis....OE25 

Gaeb e, Alber t B* (MV), 328 W* 

Springfield Ave., Union, Mo. ..OEll 

Gaertner* Karl E. (NI), Blooming- 

dale* Ill* .„**_**,..*,. OE24 

Gaerttner, Geo* F*, Jr* (Ch) (Sind), 

Star Route, Ivy. Va- ...MH2S 

Gafser, Geo* E. (MI>* 983 W. Grand 

Blvd., Detroit 8, Mich. .......C33 

Galser, Gottlob (RM), Riverton, Wyo. 

0X23 

Gandjer, Ernest (KC), Napoleon, Mo. 

OMH27 

Gardner, Cleggit E. (P), 20 Holcomb 
Ave** Annadale, S, I. 12* New York. 

N* Y, ..,...*.....*.*.....HS30 

Garner John N* (Sus), 124 W* Dia¬ 
mond Ave*, Hazleton, Pa- ........**.*,...TS21 

Garner, Thomas D* (CP)* 144 W* 

John St, Bedford* Pa. *;....TS42 

•Garriot, Christopher T* (NI), 18210 
Dixie Hwy*, Homewood* Ill. 

Garrison, J* Silor, D.D. (E) (P), 

Harrisonburg, Va. ..*.TS94 

Gass. Darwin X. (Leh), Schwenk- 

vllle. Pa, .......TS37 

Gass. R. Ira (Pbg>* Slpesvllle* Pa.TS11 

Gaum, Chester W* (Sind), Santa 

Claus, Ind* .......E32 

Gebhard. Henry E. (Mer), K, D* 1, 

306 E. Broadway, Red Lion, Pa* ....P17 
Gebhard, Wm. Y. (Sus), 169 N* 

Laurel St, Hazleton, Pa. TS27 

Gebhardt G. H. (D) (Ml), Fort 

Wayne Children’s Home, R. D. 9. 

Fort Wayne 8, Ind. ...C21 

Gebhardt, H* R., Th.D. (D) (MV), 

1720 Chouteau Ave.* St Louis S. 

Mo* . OEX17 

Gebhart, Clarence K. (SWO), 918 

Webster Ave*, Hamilton, Ohio -.C32 

Gehm* Paul J. (SWO), 312 W. Greene 

St, Piuua, Ohio . ..OE02 

Gelsler, O.. F. (C), 385 E. Orange 
Grove Ave., Pasadena 6, Cat if* 

OEMCC19 

Gekeler, Henry S., D.D* (E) (NEO), 

3861 W, 20th St, Cleveland 9, Ohio 

H87 

•George, Arpad (Mag), 652 E. 92nd 

St, Chicago 19* Ill....._BL35 

George, Joseph A., D.D* (D> (NI), 

6804 S* Union Ave*, Chicago, III* 

OMcClT> 

George* Moses N. (Pbg), 513 Grafflus 

Ave*, Punxsutawney, Pa* ...*„.OTS96 

Gerber, John A* (SW)* 401 S. Madi¬ 
son Ave*, Lancaster* Wis._MH44 

Gerber* Otto R* (SEO), 311 N, Main 

St*, Orrvtlle, Ohio .. OMH35 

Gerhard, Paul L-, Pd.D. (C), 332 W* 

37th St.. Los Angeles, Calif. „...„..„.TS21 
Gerhard. Wm* S* (P), M. B* Star 
Route* Staunton, Va. .........*..„„„..„.*TS0 9 































































Gerhold, A* T. (WHT), 308 Adam* 

St*. Buffalo 12, N* Y. .***......OE25 

Gerhold, Geo* S* (E), (NI), 301 W. 

Green St, Champaign. Ill..„.OEOl 

Geschwind, John A, (F), 2428 W* 
Lanvale St. Baltimore 16, Md. **;***«E42 
Geske, Arnold W* (SW), Dane, Wis* ,.*.E46 
Giese, Frederick A. (E) (P). 19 Dixie 

Drive, Towson 4, Md.*.GE9S 

Gieselmann, Roy W* (NEO), 723 E* 

101st St, Cleveland S, Ohio -US37 

Gieser* John C* (SW)* 2938 N, 9 th 

St*. Milwaukee 6, Wis........OMH26 

Gilbert, James O* (Fbg), Box 98, 

Harrison City, Pa* . .C27 

Gilbert* Joseph J* (Fbg), 210 S, Sec¬ 
ond St, Apollo. Fa.XI9 

Gindlesperger, J* Earl <Pbg) f 19 

Salisbury St.. Meyersdale. Pa. .*.JC22 

Ginder. Wm. F. (I) <Pb&), St. Peters¬ 
burg, Pa._TS09 

Givler, Samuel, Jr. (R), 3431 Ridge¬ 
way Ave. ( Laureldale, Fa..-TS27 

Glass, Charles F* (CP), 222 N* 3rd 

St*, Catawlssa, Pa, ....***,J3346 

Glas&moyer, Franklin F* (Mer), P* O. 

Box 301, Spring Grove, Pa. ***..OTS36 

Glessner, Cyrus T* (Phi), 1009 W. 

Marshall St, Norristown. Pa.*„TS15 

Glessner, J. C. (M) (Fbg), c/o 
American Mission* Kirkuk* Iraq ....TS2S 
Gluck, Aaron M., D.D* (P), 123 E. 

Burke St.. Martinsburg, w. Va. _TS03 

Gobrecht, Boy C, (Fbg), 123 Shaw 

Ave,, Turtle Creek, Pa* . C25 

Gobrecht, Walter R,, S.T.D* (SEO), 

1105 Kendall Ave., N. E., Masai lion, 

Ohio .........Cl9 

Godduhn, Geo. A, (E) (So), Memo¬ 
rial Farm Community, Penney 

Farms, Fla* ...*,*.OBL90 

Goebel* deo* W, (NI) (E), 112 Marion 

St, Elmhurst, III.*-*..OE92 

Goebel, John <E) (NI), 369 S. Lin¬ 
coln Ave.* Kankakee* ill...OE90 

Goebel. J. Paul (SWO), 801 Overton 

St, kewport. Ky... OE22 

Goebel, L* W,* D.D., LL.D, (D) (NI), 
Office, 77 W* Washington St, Chi¬ 
cago 2. Ill* ........OED7 

Goebel, Theophil A. (MI), 515 S. La- 
layette Ave.* Royal Oak. Mich. — .-OE21 
Goeringer. Howard C. (R), 136 S. 9th 
St, Reading, Pa, „*..US3 9 

Goetsch, F. A.. D.D., LittD* (D) 

(Phi), Schaff Bldg- 1505 Race St. 

Philadelphia 2, Pa* .............OEOS 

Goetsch, F. W* (E) (NEO), 18208 
Cornell Rd*, Cleveland* Ohio 

OMHMcCOS 

Goetz* Herbert M* (SWO), 704 6th 

St* Portsmouth, Ohio...E30 

Goffeney* Waldemar M. (MI), 235 S* 

St Peters St., South Bend 17, Ind. 

OE15 

Gohde, John S. (KC), 112 W. Farmer 
St., Independence, Mo* ...E29 

Gonser, Albert G. (SW), 3114 S. 

Lenox St, Milwaukee 7, wis* .OE31 

Goodling, Harvey T. (Fbg), 100 

* Brown Ave.* Butler, Pa. ......T332 

Graber, Myron E*. Fh.D. (I) (Neb), 

3815 Garretson Ave., Sioux City, 

Iowa .........— ..*......— .H15 

Grabert, Edward T. (Sindh R- 1, 

Mt Vernon, Ind* . E43 

Grabow, John A* (N), 64 St Mark's 

place. New York 3* N. Y..X40 

Grabowskl, Paul H. (MI), 134 E. 

Summit St, Chelsea, Mich. ...OE19 

Grabowski* W. M* (la), 1319 Fayson 

Ave*, Quincy, IU.....OE27 

Gradwohl, Elmer A. (SEO)* Box C, 

Mt Eaton, Ohio . .-H....,.C3(i 

Graeper, F* H* (NWO), R* 4* Van 

Wert Ohio .. OHS63 

Graeser, Paul H* (NWO), 322 W* 

Wayne Ave,, Lima, Ohio .*.OMH23 

Graf, Adolph A, <N), HankJnson, 

N. Dak..-...OMH29 


Grahl, Carl M, (NI), 1018 a. Maple a 

Ave., Freeport, lit ****....MH30 

GrathwohL Carl H. (MI), 31644 

Mound Bd., Warren, Mich. .....OE34 

Grau, Eugene E. (Phi)* Kennedy 
School of Missions, Hartford* Conn. 

MH44 

Grauel* Julius F. (F). 2427 Arunah 

Ave., Baltimore 16* Md. ....OHG2 

Grauer, Carl L* (NI), 209 27th Av©*, 

Bell wood, ill...GEO 6 

Grauer, Gerhard W., D,D. (NI), Ful¬ 
lerton and Orchard Sts*, Chicago 

14, III.-.*.*.OE21 

Greeb* Alexander (Neb), Hemingford* 

Nebr..._.*—..OE29 

Greenawalt, Norman S* (NWO), 518 

Grand St, Vermilion* Ohio —..C25 

Gregory, Paul R. (M) (Lan), R. D. 

2* Bath, Pa* ...TS44 

Gress, Daniel (E> (Fbg), 604 Oak¬ 
land Ave., Greensburg, Pa..TS03 

Grether, Alfred (NWO). 506 Wash- 
Ington Ave., Defiance, Ohio ........GMH9& 

Gretlier, Alvfn (D) (NW), R, 3, 

Plymouth, Wis. ....GMH05 

Grether, Geo. (N), Bayfield, Wis* 

OMHOl 

Grether, Jacob W. (Dak), Delmont* 

S* Dak. MH42 

Greater, H. (E) (SW), Slinger, Wis* 

OE89 

Grieb, Henry E* (Neb) R* 2, Dllier, 

Nebr. . OMH02 

Griesing* G, A* Frederick (Lan), 1011 

E* Cumberland St, Avon, Fa. _TS23 

Griffith, Bruce (E> (fcc), lfelO Parker' 

Ave., Wichita, Kans* .. *TS93 

Grimm, Carl A. (So)* 233 Woodrow 

Ave., High Point N* C* _ __OMH32 

Groff, Addison H, (F), 3606 Mohawk 

Ave„ Baltimore 7, Md.*******.*,TS13 

Groff, Addison K. (Mer), Lemasters, 

Pa* -...-_TS44 

Groff, Wm. H, (P), Thurmont, Md, ..TS32 
Grollmus, August (NW), Black Creek, 

Wis* ....:...OE33 

Grosshuesch, Calvin (la), KJemme, 

Iowa -............OMH20 

Grosshuesch, Paul, D,D. (D) (NW), 

R* 3, PIymouth Wis. ....OMHli 

Grosshuesch, Ruben G* (la), Mel¬ 
bourne, Iowa .. 

Grosshuesch, Victor O. (NW), 410 
Superior Ave,* Oconto* Wfs. ........OMH21 

Grosshuesch, Walter T. (I) (SW), 

3221 Keyes Ave.* Madison 5, Wis. 

OMHli 

Grossman, W'alter (Dak)* Hosmer, 

S, Dak. ...........*.OMH33 

Grove, Arthur L, (Mer), 104 La¬ 
fayette St., York, Pa. ..._.***.TS39 

Groves* Robert R. (Sind), 2300 Tay¬ 
lor ville Rd., Louisville 4* Ky. ..........E36 

Gruen, Eugene H, (E) (MV), 3rd 

and William St, Washington, Mo* 
Gruenke, R* G- (SWO), 7506 An¬ 
thony Wayne Ave,* Cincinnati 16, 

Ohio ..........E26 

Grunewald. Harold G (SWO)* 515 E. 

3rd St., Dayton 2, Ohio -...JS45 

Grunewald, Robert (E) (SW), 1518 

N* 69th St, Wauwatosa 13, Wis.OE84 

Grunewald. W. R., D.D. (SWO), 515 
E. 3rd St, Dayton 2, Ohio ..-.**,..„.OE10 
Grunewald, W* Robert, Jr* (SWO)* 

731 Jefferson Ave., Reading, Ohio ..E42 
Grunwald, Hllmer (SEO), Bolivar* 

Ohio ........E32 

Grunwald, Wilmer (SEO), Navarre, 

Ohio .......OE32 

Grupe. Victor W. (N), R, 1, Fari¬ 
bault, Minn. .......*...OE35 

Guenther, Andrew (NW), 126 N* 
Story &t f Appleton. Wis. .*.*..*.**.20 
Guinther, Ezra H. (MI), Frances ville* 

lnd.....-.*.......McC13 

Guinther, Edgar W* (NWO), Box 113* 
Prospect, Ohio ..*.MH42 


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Guldiiv F. Arthur (R^, 20 W* Pine 


a* ,...„.*Y36 

Howard, Fa, 

TS33 


St*, Mahaooy City, Fi 
Gulick, John R* (CP), 

Gulyas, Chaa* (I) (NT), 183 St““ 

James Place, Brooklyn, N* Y*__BL30 

Gum in, Glenn G. (NI), 154 E. Chi¬ 
cago Ave*, Palatine, III, ...-McC23 

Gumper, Elmer H, (M) (MV), Her¬ 
mann, Mo, _«__....E37 

Gunnemann, Louis H, (Sind), 910 N. 

9th St., Lafayette, Ind* ._...******..OMH35 
Guthe, Oscar (Ei (P), 4304 Augusta 
Ave*, Richmond, Va,,__QMcC87 


Haack, Gustav A, (E) (Phi), 622B 
Has brook Ave*, Philadelphia 11, 

Pa, *.****.*.OU02 

Haack, J, L, (SW), Browntown, Wls* 

OES9 

Haag, Frederick H. (Ia), 433 Stb 
Ave*, S.W„ Cedar Rapids, Iowa ......E44 

Haas, John R. C, T D*D. (Sind), 903 
E* Powell Ave., Evansville 13, Ind. 

OElS 

Haas, Manfred F* (Sind), R. 5* 

Evansville, Ind, .....OE28 

Haas, Paul P, (R), Stony Creek 

Mills, Pa...*.......„.TS42 

Haas. Theo, L. (Sind), 2209 W. 

Michigan St*. Evansville 12, Ind.0E96 

Haass, Carl G. (WNT), 192 Child 

St, Rochester 11, N* T.*.OE11 

Haberkamp. Henry W. (NI), 918 S. 

Carroll Ave*, Freeport, III..-..OMH18 

Habermehl, Arthur J. (SI), 109 E. 

Mill St,, Staunton, III* __*._OE27 

Hady, Albert (C), 1217 W, 82nd St, 

Los Angeles 44, Calif .......-OTS28 

Haefele, Theodore A* (MV), 4138 N, 

Grand Blvd., SL Louis 7. Mo. _OE99 

Haefele, Theodore M* (MV), Weldon 

Spring, Mo....._.*..OE31 

Haeussler, Armin (Sind), 33 W. Vir¬ 
ginia St, Evansville 11, Ind, ..OET13 

Hafer, Harold F. (Lan), 978 Helen 

r, Pa.....TS33 


Ave., Lancaster, 


Hafermann, E. U. <E) (KC), Blue 

Springs. Mo. . .0X88 

Hafermehl, Garfield J* (MI), 111 S. 

Third St,, Saginaw, Mich.,.„.OE24 

Hafner, Gottlieb (E) (PNW) t 2735 
S, W, Moss St, Portland 1, Oregon 
„ „ 0X32 

Hafner, O. F, (E) (MV), 725 E. 

Love St, Mexico. Mo....*„...OX24 

Hagelskamp, D., D*D* (E) (NEC), 

R 1, Cuyahoga Falla, Ohio .,.OMH96 

*Hahn, Albert G* (N), Cottage G-rove, 

Minn, .. X 

Hahn, Chae* L (I) (EP), R. D, 2 

Nazareth. Pa.......... „.x 3 0 

Hahn, Herman J* (WNT) 23 Calu¬ 
met PL, Buffalo 7, N. Y........E09 

Half ter* Wm. J., Ph.D* (Sind), 305 
E. St, Catherine St, Louisville 3, 

_Ky....„.*.OE31 

Haller, G, Thomas (Neb), Hornlck, 


Iowa 


....OE06 


Hammann, August EL <E) (NW) 

Box 272, Elkhart Lake, Wls* ......OMH00 

Hamme, Edw, R. (P), Woodstock 

Hotel, Woodstock* va. . .Cl 2 

Ham men, Clarence F, (NI), 220 Di¬ 
vision St*. Elgin, ill, ... E27 

Haneberg, C* A. (MI), L, R* 1* Saline* 

„ M Ich.— .. .. O E0 5 

Hansen, Heinrich E. (E) (NT), 186 

Grace Ave*, Elmhurst III .OX9R 

Hansen, Wendell (la). Lone Tree, 

T nwg ■*4 § 

Happel* Robert A. (N Glencoe'~ 

Minn. .... ■- .....E41 

Hardt, Alfred P, (Ml), 907 Franklin 

St Michigan City, Ind.........OMcC21 

Harkins, Ira R. (Pbg), 412 Ash St. 
Ridgway, Pa, *......... X37 


Hamer, Nevln C., Ph*D** D*D* ( 1 >j 
(NWO), Heidelberg College, Tiffin, 

Harp, Edward B„ Jr., D*D* (P), U, S. 
Maritime Academy. New London, 

Con n.*„**, .* ---*. TS 2 9 

Harrell, Walter H* (SWO), 4004 Ful¬ 
ton Ave,, Dayton 9. Ohio .....OMH39 

Harris, G, B,. Jr. (Sind), 3016 Car- a 

lisle Ave- Nashville 5. Tenn.-X08 

Harrison, Marlon C* (NWO), 55 W, 

Central Ave*, Delaware, Ohio ..C34 

Harrlty, Ralph J-* D*D* (CP), 2304 _ 

8th Ave*, Altoona, Pa....**.....C18 

Harsany, Andor A, (SWO), 626 

Blaine St, Dayton 7, Ohio .XI4 

Harsh, Arthur H. (SEO). 1037 23 rd 

St, N*W„ Canton 3* Ohio .._E37 

Harsh, Harvey E. (MI), 15335 Gra¬ 
tiot Ave., Detroit 5, Mich....C29 

•Harting, George L* (Phi), Ansehna, 

Fa. 

Hartlng, Robert F* (Pbg)^ I .a rimer. 

Pa. .....*.TS46 

Hartman, Albert A* (Phi), 374 Sec¬ 
ond Ave,, Phoenixville, Fa, ..„*CI0 

Hartman, Chas. R, (E> (Lan), 3520 

N* 3rd St„ Harrisburg, Pa...H01 

Hartman* Chas* S* (P>, 3003 Gywnn 
Falls Pk'ivy., Baltimore 16, Md. ........T39 

Hartman, Edwin M., Pd*D* (L) (D) 
(Lan). 920 Virginia Ave*, Lancas¬ 
ter* Pa* .....—.....TSOO 

Hartman, Geo, W, (Leh), Worcester, 

Pa* TS 3 S 

Hartman, Harry H, r D*D, (E) (Phi) , 

615 Main St, Royersford, Pa. ..U97 

Hartman, Oliver B* (Mer), 803 E* 

Market St, York, Pa,..TSI1 

Hartman, Ralph E.„ D.D. (Phi), 
Brookline Court Apt., Haver town* 

Pa* — TS 16 

Hartman, R. Vincent i Pbg), 341 

Freeport Rd., New Kensington, Pa. 

TS09 

Hartman Ward (M) (SWO), Nanh- 
sien, via Yoyang, China *„.CQ 9 

Hartmann, Herman A* (Dak), Ma¬ 
rion, S, Dak* ............ __X46 

Hartmann, Herman K* (Dak) * Al¬ 
pena, S. Dak*.........QMH14 

Hartmann, Stanley R. (SEO), 736 
Haynes Ave„ Alliance, Ohio ............E43 

Harto, Andrew E. (Mag), 493 Amboy 
Ave., Perth Amboy, N* J* 

Hartsough, Ray (NEO), North Jack- 

son* Ohio ...... .....HS37 

Hart wig, Carl E. (NI), Broadland^, 

II1* ............—..... ..0X30 

Hartzell* W. R* (D) (P), ISO? Vir¬ 
ginia Ave., Hagerstown, Md...TSll 

Harvlk Oliver J. (C), Address Un- 

k n own **, .... .X 0 6 

Harward. Albert (I) (NI), 6436 

Minerva Ave., Chicago, III* ..„*.TS31 

Hauck. J. (E) (KC), Napoleon, Mo. 

OE38 

Hauck. Theodore (KC), 1500 Walnut 

St., Higginsv llle, Mo, ....„.....ORl7 

Hauff, Wm* E* (E) (RM), 1434 

Osage St* Denver, Colo. .......OE96 

Haulman, Orris W** D D, (NEO), 207 
N. Portage Path, Akron 3, Ohio .. .CHI 5 
Hauser, Caleb (E) (NW), 1913 N* 

9th St.* Sheboygan, Wls, __OMH00 

Hausmann. Paul F. (Sind), 4517 
Vartale Ave.* Louisville 11, Ky* „ .OE04 
Hausmann, Wm. J, (SEO), Wliit- 
taker Lane, Elm Grove* Wheeling, 

'W, Va. ** * OEI2 

Hay. Benjamin K, (I) (P), Front 

Royal, Va. ..........TS03 

*Hayner, C. S* (Pbg), R. 1, Roches¬ 
ter, Pa. .. ..:...L 

Heater* John C- (Phi), 5740 N* ] 6th 

St*, Philadelphia 41. Pa. TS35 

Heath, Marvin E. (Pbg), 346 Main 
St, Mt* Pleasant, Pa* ...„*.**.X39 


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Heckman, Franklin J, (Sua), Box G6. 

McAdoo, Pa. .....—..40 

Heckman, Rodney (WNT), 211 Ren- 

zinger SL, Buifalo 0 P N. Y...OE25 

Hedeman* John R, X. (PL 2130 EL 

Hoffman St-. Baltimore 13, Md.TS14 

Hedrick, Aubrey W, (So), Mt. Pleas- 

ant. li. C. -----T3S8 

Heesa. E. G. (E) (MV). 5308 Tholo- 

zan Ave., St* Louie. Mo.*.....X91 

Heffleger, Chas, E. (E) (Lan>* 70S „ 

W. Cherry St,. Palmyra. Pa. ..CO® 

Heffley, Thos* L. (MI), 1706 S. 

Wenonah Ave*, Bay City. Mich.C2o 

Heffner, John S. (I) (Mer). 3010 

Harvard Ave.* Camp Hill, Pa. .U01 

Hegoman* Lloyd H, (NT) * 6718 N, 

Odell St„ Chicago 31, Ill...E33 

Heggemeier, O. W. (sl) P 522 E, Sth 

SL, Alton, 111. ......^-Ell 

Hegnauer, Leonard S. (SEOL 2312 

3rd St** N,W.* Canton 3, Ohio .X21 

Hegnauer, Robert L (SEO), r/o Rev. 

L. S* Hegnauer, 337 Smith Ave.* 

N.W** Canton 3. Ohio ...„........-TS3S 

Heimer. Peter E., Ph.D* (E) <F>* 

c/o M. C. A*. Frederick, Md. ......U93 

Hein, Harry O* (MV), New Havfcn* 

Mo. .-..*.-..OE 20 

Heinbuch, John* Jr, (SW), Reeseville, 

WIs. ... OMH38 

Heintz, Richard C. (NWO), Millbury, 

Ohio .. ....E40 

He!stand. John W* (MI), 22® Cornell 
Circle. Fort Wayne 6. Ind, ......„**,,....C32 

Held, Conrad (E) (Sind), 2100 W* 

Hill St., Louisville 10, Ky, „.„„0®9fi 
Held. Henry G. (Neb)* 722 Heimer 

S+., Sioux City 17, Iowa . ...OE2S 

Heifer. Walter E. (8WO). 2051 

Courtland Ave., Norwood. Ohio ......E29 

Helfferlch, Reginald H, (EP), 45 

Chestnut St.. Bath. Pa.-—....CTS32 

Helfrich. Herman J. (Pbg), 315 Camp 

Ave,, Brad dock. Pa. ..—-.*..TS4G 

Heller. Bernhardt R- (Sus), Rlng- 

t own. Pa.......... ~...C17 

Heller, Clark W, (Sus>, Box 42* Wap- 

wallopen* Pa. .. t .„.„..,..TS1S 

Heller. Ralph W. (NWO), 670 Phil¬ 
lips Ave.. Toledo 12, Ohio .....E35 

Helling. E, P. (MV). 291! McNair 

Ave,. St- Louis IS. Mo.....E40 

Helm, Adelburt J. (T>* 90S Pennsyl¬ 
vania Ave., Fort Worth, Texas .OE26 

Helm, Emil (NIL 1221S Longwood 

Dr.. Blue Island, Ill, .....OE27 

Helm, Paul V,, Jr. (P), Boonsboro, 

Md. . TS43 

Helmkamp, Daniel J. <E> (Ml). 867 

N. Howard SL, Akron 10. Ohio ..OES8 

Hem pel, C, R, (E> (SI). 1881 Los 

Robies, San Marino 9* Calif, ...EpO 

Hem pel man, Oscar D. (Pbg), 3551 
Gerber Ave.. N*S., Pittsburgh 12* 

pa...*.BOB 

Hendricks. Irvin W., D.D. (E> (Mer), 

18 N. 3rd SL. Chambersburg. Pa. ..TS90 
Hennessey, Joseph B. (NEO), 77 W. 

Miller Ave., Akron 1 T Ohio _*~X34 

Hennig* Edmond L* (la), 111 Lincoln 

Ave,, Waukon, Iowa . . ..OMH32 

Henning, H, (Neb), Western, Nebr. 

OE22 

Hensehen, Theo. C. (I) (BP), Wind 

Gap, Pa. .. OMH02 

Henzel, Eugene T. (NT), 125 Clinton 

St., Albany 2. N. Y. OEOS 

Her her, Henry J., D.D, (Lan), 752 

Mifflin St.* Lebanon. Pa._„C14 

Herbert. George E. (Phi), Richland- 

town* Pa. ......TS37 

Herbster, Ben M-* D.D. (5WO), 2330 
Sherwood Lane* Norwood 12, Ohio ..C29 
Herbs ter, John 1* (Leh). Bechtels- 
vilie, Pa. . ..TS2R 


Herczegh* Joa, (NEO). 2866 Et Boule¬ 
vard, Cleveland 4, Ohio ..TS23 

Herman. Alfred J. (D) (Pbg)* 1UG 
De Victor Place, Pittsburgh 0, Fa, 

TS07 

Herman* Robert J. (61)* 111 W* "B" 

St*, Belleville* lit.........E46 

Herman* Theo, F,* D.D.* LLD, (D) 
(Lan)* 451 College Ave.* Lancaster* 

Pa, __________OTS97 

Hermann. E, A. G,* D,D* (D) (MV)* 
Office* 1724 Chouteau Ave.* St. 

Louis 3, Mo, ------TS06 

Herr linger* J. Geo. (E) fN>, 114 N. 

Main SL* Sauk Centre* Minn.0X94 

Herrmann, Robert G. (MV), 403 Jef¬ 
ferson St,* Fulton, Mo. ......E44 

Herrscher, Walter H* (M) (MV), 

Apartado 17, San Pedro Sula* Hon¬ 
duras. C. A......E24 

Hertel, J, M* (Sind), Carml* 111.OE14 

Herzberger, Alfred A. (I) (SEO), 

2196 Sunset Blvd„ Steubenville, 

Ohio ..........C24 

Herzog, John M* (Phi)* 214 Mont¬ 
gomery Ave,* North Wales, Pa, ....TS18 
Hess. Charles E, (G) (PhD, c/o 
Africa Inland Mission, Mabuid, via 
Mwanza* Tanganyika Territory, 
Africa 

Hess, Harold F, (I) (SWO), 115 W, 

Main St„ Cbillicothe* Ohio . 

Hess* Harold U (WNY), Wayland* 

N. Y, —......—..TS45 

Hess. Warren C, (I) (CP), 333 S. 

Burrows St*, State College, Pa. ^..TS12 
Hesse, Gerhard E* (la)* R. D, 2, 

Clarksville, Iowa ... LI 6 

Hessert, Louis C., D.D, (D) (NWh 

R. 3* Plymouth* WIs. ..OMH10 

Hesson, Theo. C* (Sus), St. Johns, 

Pa* ---------_TS97 

Hetrick, L, Valmore* D.D. (EP), 200 

Porter St,, Easton, Pa. ....TS06 

Hetzel, Walter F, (WNY), 106 Mor¬ 
gan St., Tonawanda 9, N, Y. ........OE1E 

Heutzenroeder, Henry (NW), Athens. 

Wfs. _*....* OE10 

Heyl* Carl F.. D.D, (D> (NEO)* 29G9 
W* 25th SL, Cleveland 13, Ohio 

OMH98 

Hiack, Frank (Pbg), 211 W, North 

SL. Butler. Pa______^.„,C28 

Hiatt, Chas, E, (So), R. 2, Lexington* 

N, C. ........C27 

Hlggfns, Clarence M. (SEO), 810 

Orange SL, Coshocton* Ohio ..E28 

Hilflker* Warren T. (WNY), R* R. 1* 

Attica* N* Y* ..............E44 

Hilgeman* Henry F* (E) (MI), 1231 
E. Washington St., FL Wayne 4* 

I*d. OMH97 

Hilgeman* T, F* H* (M) (NWO), R, 

1, Cleveland. Wis. _ OMH25 

Hllle, Carl L, (KC), Hartsburg, Mo. ..E41 
Hille* John H- (SI)* R, R. 3, Marissa. 

Ill. ....*........._...OE22 

Hillegass, Hiram J. (E) (Lan), S52 
Pleasure Road, Lancaster, Pa* .*.,..„TS95 
Hillman* W. J. (Sind), Newburgh. 

Ind... „..OES97 

Hoecker* Vernon F. (SWO), 721 

Delta St„ Cincinnati 26* Ohio ...._E39 

Hoefer, Edwin J* (Nl)* 5442 Van 

Buren SL, Chicago 44. Ill, __._„E38 

Hoefer* Elmer H. (MV), 4019 St. * 
Louis Ave*, SL Louis 9, Mo. „.J*„..OE25 
Hoefer, John A, (SI), R. 1, Bdwards- 

vllle. Ill. . . .OE99 

Hoefer* Martin C. (NIL 221 W. Van 

Buren Ave** Naperville, Ill. .. OE04 

Hoefer, Theo H* (E) (KC), 1404 E, 

Shelby St., Higglnsville* Mo, ..OE01 

Hoelscher, A. W. (SI), 61 W. Church 
SL, Mfi,scoutah, lit...,™«....„.,OE23 













































































Hoe-Job 


Hoeppner, H, (MV), Hermann* Mo. ....BIS 
Hoernemann, Tillman W., D.D. 

(6E0). 2&0 2nd St.. New Phila¬ 
delphia Ohio _ OMH12 

Hoffman, Charles <B) (PNW). 2607 
N. E. Prescott St, Portland, Ore¬ 
gon ...........OE ft 2 

Hoffman, Conrad (E) (NEO) r 2209 

W. 85th St. (Up), Sta* A, Cleve¬ 
land. Ohio . ,.Z........OMH08 

Hoffman, Frederick (D) (NEO), 

2563 Princeton Ave.* Cleveland 

Heights, Cleveland, Ohio . 01 

Hoffman, Frederick D.D. (NWO), 

514 S. Sandusky Ave., Upper San¬ 
dusky, Ohio . Hft5 

Hoffman, Jason (C), 772 Noe St, San 

Francisco 14, Calif. . OMH14 

Hoffmeier, Edgar F., D.D. (F), Walk- 

eraviHe, Md, .. US08 

Hoffner* Otto (NI), 134 Washington 

St, Carpentersvilie. 111, ....QX10 

Hofmann, Carl A, (SEQ), 1111 Penn¬ 
sylvania Ave., Steubenville, Ohio ....E30 
Hohman, Harold W* (SI), Dupo, III, *.E34 
Hohmann, George W, (NW), Hum- 

bird, Wls..**...**.E46 

Hohmann, B- C. (SI), 203 E. 1st 

North St* CadinvUle, 111. QE18 

Holland, Ralph L. p Th*D* (G) (Sind), 

4266 Bowman Ave., University 

Heights, Indianapolis 3. Ind.TS26 

Hollenbach, John S.. S.T.li (P). ISOS 

Beason St, Baltimore 30, Md...-TS1S 

HolUnger. Harold C* CHI, Lincoln 

Park, Pa. . ™.TS45 

Holt, A. Gail (Bus), Conyngham, Pa. 

TS42 

Honold, Theo. C* (NEO), 9807 Cudell 

Ave., Cleveland 2, Ohio ...OE25 

Hoover, S. Charles (E) (Lan), 134 

Church St, Mt. Pleasant, Pa. ..TS03 

Hoover, Wellington M. (I) (Sus), R. 

l, Sun bury. Pa...♦..♦*..*«**„* .Cl 2 

Horn, Leo D. (Pbg), Cochran ton, Pa. 

Ci2 

Horn, Norman L* (F). 3000 Iona Ter¬ 
race, Baltimore 14, Md. .....TSOS 

Horning, John C** D.D* (B) (KC), 

2124 Marion St* St Joseph. Mo. ....TS95 
Homy, Hans (E) (MI), 61 ft Barring¬ 
ton Rd. p Grosse Pointe Park, Mich. 

OEOU 

Horst, G. (NI), Beecher, HI...QB0G 

Horstman, Edwin (C), 1ft Keller St. 

Petaluma* Calif, .. 

Horstmann, J. H., D.D. (E) (MV), 

7300 Lyndover* Maplewood 17, Mo. 

OE91 

Horstmeier, Wm. E. (NY), 40 Chapel 

St, Bridgeport 3* Conn. .....OC14 

Hoshauer, Adam H, K, (Pbg), Pleas¬ 
ant Unity, Pa. GU07 

Hosier, George G, (M) (R), Box 102, 

Warren, Ohio . TS4G 

Hosto, Arby (SI), R* 3, Highland, 

m, . E3i 

Hosto, Armin T, (MI), 1109 Pine St, 

Mu sk egon, Mich......., OBI7 

Hosto, Herbert W. (SI), 316 Grand 

Ave,, Waterloo, III........El7 

Hosto, Raymond L* (SI), Valmeyer, 

lit .-.—....OE20 

Hosto, Roland (MI), 220 S. Forest 
St, Richmond, Mich. ..„.****,.„*.**.**,....OE20 
Hosto, Theophil H* (SI), R. F, D. 2, 

Tower Hill* III. ......OX3 S 

Kotz. Emil F. (SI), Evansville, lit ....E31 

Hotz, Oliver C, (SWO), 1813 Free¬ 
man Ave., Cincinnati 14* Ohio ..........E40 

Hotz, Walter A, (SI), 301 E. 3rd St, 

Pana, Ill. . .....E36 

Houtz, Harry D„ Ph.D* (I) (CP), 223 
S. Market St f Sellnsgrove, Pa. ....OTS12 
Ho we. C. F* (PNW), 1316 S. E. 
Nehalem St, Portland 2, Oregon 

OEGBIOS 


Howe* Wm. (B> (Ml), 1848 W* 

Grand Blvd.. Detroit 8, teich.0X96 

Hower, Clarence B* (Pbg), Salina^^ 


Huber, Louis V. (SI), 326 E, Car- 
■ - ill — 


penter St, Jerseyville, lit 


E43 


Huber, Ralph M. (T), Beasley, 

E41 

Huebner* W, F. (NI), 4043 W. 28th 

St, Chicago 2, lit ......___OGBI29 

Huebschmann, Henry C* (SWO), 1629 
Hoffner St, Cincinnati 23, Ohio *...OE9ft 
Huebschmann, John S. (WNY), 64 

Mang Ave., Kenmore 17, N. Y.GE05 

Huenemaim, Euhen H. (C>* 408 S, 

Central Ave., Lodi. Calif.OMH36 

Huffman, J. Wade (P), Clearspring,_ 

Md. McClft 

Hunger, Ralph R. (N), 11 7lh St, 

N.W., Rochester, Minn.-.E36 

HunsJcker* John D. (E) (C), 2251 E, 

Villa St, Pasadena, Calif......TS94 

Hup rich, Clarence C. (5E0)* Hart- 

VlUe, Ohio .. E29 

Huyette, Chas* A. (CP )* James Creek, 

Fa. ..!...l.L..TS08 


Idecker, Arthur H. (SI), 225 Me* 

Causland Ave*, East Alton, III.OE21 

Iffert, Conrad (E) (KC), &120 La¬ 
fayette St, St Joseph, Mo, .,OMHON 

iUff* John (Pbg), 104 Chestnut 

St, Scottdale, Pa...„,...„TS45 

Imhof, Carl (CP), R* D* 1, Box 161, 

Imler, Pa. ..*...OC14 

Itnmel* Ivan D* (SEO), New Bedford, 

Ohio .......*Y45 

Ingram, James V. (SWO), Parmers- 

ville, Ohio ....1....E35 

Irion, E. A. (MI). 812 Harrison Ave** 

St Joseph, Mich, .........OE2U 

Irion* Ernst (NEO), 423 Third St, 

Elyria, Ohio *******. ...OE08 

Irion, Paul (la), Tioga, Ill. ....E45 

Irion, Theodore (NW), 243 Parkway* 

Oshkosh, Wis. .. OEHSOl 

Iseli, Fred R. (N), 22 N. State St, 

New Ulm, Minn. ***-*„*.**.*,........OE24 

Isenberg, Carl W. (CP), Aaron sburg. 

Pa. ^ TS^fi 

Ittel, Chas. Xr (Pbg)T 1216 Termon 
Ave,, N,S*. Pittsburgh 12 ( Pa, .,X27 


Jaberg, Elmer C, (NW), 1604 N, 16th 

St, Sheboygan, Wis. __.....OMH21 

Jacobs, E, Bruce (SWO), 1261 Fair 

Ave*, Columbus 5, Ohio ..Cl 6 

Jaeger, Emil R. (SI), 412 N. 14th St, 

East St Louis, III. ...OE(l4 

Janke, A. (E) (So), 1846 W, Grand 

Blvd** Detroit 8, Mich....OE9l> 

Jankowski, Carl M, (SWK Jackson. 

. Wis. OBIB 

Jasmann, Emanuel (la), Marengo, 

, Iowa .*.....0X28 

Jassmann, Wm* (KC), Inman, Kans* 

^ OMH24 

Jeffers Merritt J. 50 Madison Ave,, 

West Hazleton, Fa. .....TS36 

Jensen. D, C.* D*D, (KC), Box 383, 

Lexington, Mo. OE16 

Jensen, Rein hold M. (Neb), B, 1, 

Falls City, Nebr. .J.. 

Jeschke, Horst R* (T), Spring, Texas 

E3 8 

Jesohke. Karl M* (T), R. 1 ( Otto, 

Texas . OE07 

Jeschke, W. Marion* Ph.D. (WNY), 
Richmond & West Utica Sts.* Buf¬ 
falo 13* N. Y. OE15 

Jesdinsky, H* F, W* (Dak), Streeter* 

N* Dak.. ..OX2!+ 

Johansmann* Urban F. (SWO), 842 

West Oak St.* Ludlow, Ky.MH30 

Johnson, Geo. R. (Lan), Rohrers- 
town. Fa, .*, TtTT „ , . . tt , . Tg ^ ^ 


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Job-HU 


Johnson, J, M. (NI), 625 Tyler St„ 

Gary. Ind* _^ J CI 3 

Johnson. R. (SWO). Stoutsvllle. Ohio 

E33 

Johnson, Ralph <E) (Pbg), 618 30th 
Ave., S- Apt 2, St Petersburg, Fla. 

Jones, R. Raymond (Her), Landis- 

burg, Pa. ...........TS3? 

Jones, Thomas G. (CP), Boalaburg, 

Pa. ItWHI.W HHM ..... . 4 ................................ -T b 3 7 

Jenes, Victor H* (I) (Mer), 129 E, 

Second St., Waynesboro, Pa. —.TS16 

Jones, William A. (So), Maiden, N, 

C. —.*......E45 

Jordan, Paul C, (la), Ursa, XU.E45 

Josephson, Clarence E.. D.D, (I) 
(NWO), 3871 Rodman St, N.W*, 

Washington 16, D* C* . .US31 

Jozsa* Benj. (Mag), 303 Mills St., 

Kalamazoo 21, Mich...C24 

Jud, Theo. (E) (MI), 1346 W* Grand 

Blvd., Detroit 8, Mich.........E91 

Jueling, Paul (D) (PNW), 1109 E. 

53rd St, Tacoma 4, Wash...OE10 

Juergens, A. H, (WNY), 1475 Orch¬ 
ard Park Rd*. Ebenezer, N* Y, __El 9 

Juergens, Henry J. (E) (NWO), 
14320 Furltas Ave*, Cleveland 11, 

Ohio ..***.——**„_1.****._***......„...OE86 

Jung, Harold H. (SWO), 10 Ken¬ 
wood Drive, Middletown 16, Ohio *...C32 
Jung, William (SI), OkawviJle, lit *.OEOO 
Jungfer* Richard W. (E) (NY), 15 
Fairview P1-, Bloomfield, N. J. ....0X99 
Jungfer, Richard W._, Jr. (Ch) 

(SEO) f 21 Edwin Place, Newark, 

N. J. .*.**„„*„„.....OUS34 

K 

Kaefer, Paul C. (SWO), 221 E* Gates 

St., Columbus 6, Ohio ...OKI 9 

Kaempchen, Erich (Dak), Menno. S. 

Dak. . OMH26 

Kaiser, J. P* (Neb), Gladstone, Nebr. 

E17 

Kaiser, Paul J. (SW), 2110 9th Ave*. 

S. Milwaukee, Wls._._..,OE30 

Kalassay Alex S-, D.D. (E) (Mag), 

4913 Melville Ave*, East Chicago, 

Ind. .........X95 

Kalbfleisch, George H. (NI), Troy 

Road, Collinsville, Ill. ...E41 

Kalkbrenner, Adolph (E) (NI), For- 

reston, B. 1, III.. ..OE03 

Kalkbrenner. Eugene E, (Lan), 

Mountvilie, Pa. __ _.TS45 

Kalkbrenner, Fred H. (N), 411 3rd 

St, N*E*, Little Falls, Minn. ......OE34 

Kalkbrenner, Hans H. (NT), Forres- 

ton. R. 1, Ill....TS45 

Kalkbrenner, J. J. (Sind), R. D* 1, 

Spades, Ind, . -......*~*.-„-*.*...,...OE 3 0 

Kalkbrenner, Robert L (I) (T), R. 

1, Cameron, Texas ,OE 2 7 

Kalwitz, Rudolph J, (SW), 3516 N, 

8th St, Milwaukee 6, Wls...OESlf 

Kamenz, Harold W, (SI), Box 132, 
Farina, Ill. .................E45 

Kamphenjtel, Wm. F* (NI), 310 N* 
Evergreen Ave,, Arlington Heights, 

Ill, ,.*.*..........OEl 9 

Kaneko. T. (C), 20-12-E, Heart 

Mountain, Wy o....> .,**.*,,,,. Cl 9 

Kanzler, G* A. (MV). R* D* 2, Jack- 

son, Mo- ....- OE92 

Kaslske, Jut Joh, (T), R. 3, Manor, 

Texas . OEQ7 

Kasper, Paul W. (KC), Hudson, 

Kans* . ..OE27 

Katterhen ry, Edwi n A. * Fh, D. (SWO), 

213 Baxter Ave,, Cincinnati 20, 

Ohio . .OMH25 

Ratterjohn, A, E, (MV), Wright City, 

Mo, .......***»*.OE02 

Kaup, Arthur T, (Mer), DUisburg, 
pL .. TS27 


Kautz* Albert G, (NI), R. D. 1, Ben- 
sen v ille, HI, 

Kecakemethy, Jos, (Q) (Mag), Orph¬ 
anage and Aged People's Home, 

Llgonier, Pa, —.. ...X30 

Keeskemethy, Lazio (Mag), 94 James 

St., Woodbrldge, N. J, ....X43 

Keefer, Paul F. (£) (I) (Bus), Tuipe- 

hocken Rd., Sun bury, Pa._*,***™„.$0 

Keeler, W. Osborne (SEO), 927 W, 
Main Ave., Massillon, Ohio *.*.E 4 2 

Keen, Edward O*, D*D. (E) (Her), 

R. 7, York, Pa, .......TS96 

Keen, Richard J, (Leh), 5 S. 4th St, 
Coplay, Pa. „...T337 


Keener, Delas R. (R), 48 Center St 
sn, Pj 


Schuylkill Haven, Fa. 


...TS23 


Keener, John W. (KC). 706 S, 

Market St, Wichita II, Kana, ^..,CK 
Kehl, Geo, P, (Pbg), 119 N. Second 

St, Jeannette, Pa, ,***...****.C24 

Kehl, Hayward W. (SEO), R. F, D. 

5, Wooster* Ohio «.*.....E43 

Kehl, Wm. S. (Phi), 920 Cbm ell Ave,, 

Drexel Hill, Pa, .........OC39 

Kehle, Helmuth A, (NI), Grant Park, 

III* .... 1141 

Kehle, Paul C, (SW), 1728 14th St, 

Mon roe, Wi s______*...„.OEl 7 

Kehm, C, Harry (Leh), 626 Cleveland 

St, Allentown, Pa.........TS84 

Kehm, Harry S. (R), 342 Washington 

St, Reading. Pa, .....7..C20 

Kehm, J, Paul (R), 121 Arch St, 

Fleetwood, Fa. ...._ ..~.,.-.TS34 

Kehoe, John D, (P), 1804 Wlckes 

Ave*, Baltimore 30. Md. ..B23 

Kehrli, Norman G, (G) (Fbg), U. S. 
Penitentiary, McNeil Island, Wash, 

E45 

Keil, Leo A* (SWO), Canal Win¬ 
chester, Ohio ...*.,.*_,.„J33 v 

Keiser, Robert L. (Pbg), 320 E. Main 

St, Evans City, Pa. ....TS4 i 

Keller, John A, (Sind), 1013 Eliza¬ 
beth St, Lafayette, Ind* __.E) I 

Keller, John H., D.D* (E) (So), 

China Grove, C, ...........TS^i 

Keller. Paul E., D.D. (M) (NBO), 
Central China Union Theo. Semi¬ 
nary, Llnghng, Hunan, China .OUOl 

Keller. Robert H, (WNY), 591 N. 

Oak St*, Buffalo 3, N. Y* ...OIK 

Kellermeyer, Hugo C* (NWO), 433 
N. 5th St, Upper Sandusky. Ohio .**.C2<; 
Kelly, Claude W* (So), Conover, 

N* C, TS l« 

Keppet, a7rV"P^D“ LLJ)* (L) (D) 
(So) r Catawba College, Salisbury, 

N. C. .....»» 

Kerekes, John (Mag), 107 Cherry St, 

Wallingford, Conn. ..,...Pl 1 

Kerekes, Wm* B, (NI), 3545 W* 
Madison St*. Chicago 24, Ill* 

Kern, George (E) (Phi). 1239 Rem¬ 
ington Rd. t Wynnewood, Pa. .OESS 

Kerr, Frank L* (E) (Pbg), 409 Free¬ 
port Rd., New Kensington. Pa* . \ 

Kerschner. Wm* H. (E) (Pbg), 1047 

W. 11th St,* Erie, Pa.....__TS6" 

Kerschner, W* Sherman, D.D* (D) 
(Phi), 7313 N* 18th St, Phi led al- 

phla 26, Fa, .....Cl - 

Kcrst, H. Nevin, D*D* (SEO), 1737 
Woodland Ave*, N*W., Canton 3, 

Ohio ...-.HIM) 

Kerstetter* Geo* W. (G) (F), 843 

Maryland Ave*, Hagerstown, Md. J 

Keating, Charles F. (MI), 2122 Rus¬ 
sell St, Detroit 7, Mich. OEiM 

Kichllne, C* H. (Pbg), 246 Franklin 

Ave., Vandergrlft, Pa. .... 

Kleffer, Henri L. G., D,D* (E) (F), 

Frederick, Md. ii 

Kleker, Walter F* (NI), 1006 Elgin 

Ave., Forest Park, III* ..OEli; 

Kleker, Walter W, (NI), 10251 Ave, 

"L J ' Chicago IT, III* .*...46 


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Kie~K.ro 


Klethom, Kurt M. (N> # R. D. r WesL 

Concord, Minn. .....EQ9 

Kielsmeler, Edw. A. (E) (PNW), 319 

Raymond St, Elgin, 111. ..OMH04 

Ktenker, Otto F. (MV), 8522, Halls 

Ferry Rd„ St Louis 15, Mo.*GE16 

Kienle* Robert C. (KC), 3111 Un¬ 
wood Blvd., Kansas City 3, Mo.E24 

Klewlt, Carl S3. (SWO), 210 Jeffer- 
son Aye., St. Bernard, Cincinnati 

17, Ohio ..—.„.OMH21 

Kiewit, Paul B. (SWO), 59 E. Mound 

St, Columbus 15, Ohio .—..E46 

Kindt, Karl M, (WNT), R. 1. N. Ton- 

a wan da, N, Y. «...... 

King, C, Talmage (F). 6715 Rusk 

Ave,, Baltimore 15, Md. ...,.TS16 

King, Louis M. (CP), Loysburg* Pa, 

TS31 

Kirk, Nevln M. (EP). Rlegelsville, 

Pa, «, ..T3 45 

Kirk,’ Samuel 

Pa, . ...TSI5 

Kissel, Victor T. (Sind), 519 Dover 

Place, St Louis 11, Mo, ...,E23 

Kissel, William F. (NWO), Mc- 

Cutchenvilla, Ohio „„„„„.XI5 

Klsaling, Karf G. (E) (KC), Blue 

Springs, Mo.....E21 

Kltterer, A, A. (D) (NEO) p 3308 
Arch wood Ave., Suite 17, Cleveland 

9, Ohio .......;.Ell 

Kltterer, A, E. (G) (MV), 4544 Red 

Bud Ave., St. Louis, Mo. _.....*...1117 

Kltterer, Paul F, (la), Elkader, Iowa 

E21 

Kltterer, Theo. A, (NEO), 841 Thorn¬ 
hill Drive, Cleveland 8, Ohio.OE25 

Klaudt, Ernest R, (la), Lincoln, Iowa 

MH43 

Klaudt, Robert (C),Box 963, Shatter, 

Calif. ........MH18 

Klaudt, Theo. J, (NWO), 305 S. De¬ 
fiance St, Archbold, Ohio ............OMH26 

Kleffmann, J. E. (NI). 15311 Tur¬ 
lington Ave., Harvey, UL E3S 

Kleffmann, Walter (NI), 839 4th St. 

LaSalle, Ill.. OE30 

Klein, Carl W. (D) (MV), Office, 

1720 Chouteau Ave., St Louis 3 k 

Mo. ...........OE19 

Klein Earl E., Ph.D, (I) (T), 227S 
University Ave., Eaton Rouge, La. ..E30 
Klein, H, M. J Fh.D., LIttD. (E) 
(Lan), 450 President Ave., Lan¬ 
caster, Pa. ........,.„TS96 

Klein, Walter *K. (NEO), 3814 
Bridge Ave., Cleveland 13, Ohio ....OE20 
KJeinginna, John A <E), 15 Lafay¬ 
ette St. Tam aqua. Pa.TS 33 

Klemme, A. E. (SI), 210 W, Adams 

St, O'Fallon, III .......OE24 

Klemme, Frederick H, (SWO), 51 N. 

Centra' Dr., Dayton 3, Ohio ..QE0G 

Klemme, Huber F. (D) (NEO), 2969 
W, 25th St, Cleveland 13, Ohio ....US32 
Klepper, Robert F. (NI), Prospect 

Heights, Ill..... US42 

Kley, Roland D, <NW), 514 School 

St„ Kohler, Wis. MH42 

Klick, Arnold E. (SWO), 50 E, 
Mound St, Columbus 15, Ohio .... OE14 
Klick, Fred C., D,D. (Neb), 1314 "F*" 

St, Lincoln 3, Nebr, .... OE02 

Kline, Whorten A., Litt.D., LL,D. (D) 

(Her), Collegeville, Pa. .U96 

Klinefelter, George H. (Mer), 104 S. 

High St, Meehanlesburg, Pa, TS 43 

KUng, Louis J, (MI), 10 W. Ash St, 

Three Oaks, Mich. -- H „ OE97 

Klingaman. J. Edw. (I) (P), R.l, 

Winchester, Va» .. cqp 

Klingaman, M, F. (Leh), 613 N. 6 th 

St., Allentown, Pa. _. + _........ OTS12 

Klingaman, Ray H, (EP), Gilbert 
pa .------C2I 


Klingeberger, John H, (NW), R- H- 

2, Greenwood, Wis. ...„._...OEl4 

Klingel, E, Harold, Th.D. (Sind), 

730 E. 13 th St, Indianapolis, Ind. 

OTTSS7 

Xlingner, August W. (Phi), 921 N, 

26th St.. Philadelphia 30, Pa.OBL14 

Kloppe, Edwin G. <T), Kyle, Texas ....E45 
Klotz, Edward G. (El (NEO), 162 

Main St., Wadsworth, Ohio ..-H98 

Klug, A. (NI), 343 W. Washington 

St., West Chicago, 111..E04 

Kluge, Carl H. (Sind), 2702 9th Ave„ 

S. Birmingham 5 r Ala. .......OE19 

Kluge, Paul A. (Sind), 2516 Grand 

Ave,, Louisville 10, Ky. .......E46 

Klumb, Alfred W. (NW), 512 S. 

Sawyer St.. Shawano, Wis. .,OMH34 

Klutey, Emil C- (NWO), 282 E, 

Church St, Marion, Ohio ......_OE19 

Knable, J, C, (I) (Leh), Kutztown* 

Pa............09 

Knapp. George W. (MV), 3546 Mor- 
ganford Hd., St. Louis 16, Mo. ........E41 

Knatz, Frederick W. p D, D, (SW), 500 

Cole St Watertown. Wis ....„,OMH04 

Knierim, W. H, (Sind). 713 N, Bet 
mont Ave., Indianapolis 8 , Ind. ..OMH06 
Kniker* Alvin C. (NI), 320 N. Green 

Bay RtJ., Highland £ark, III.OE32 

Kniker, Arm in (NJ* Taylor, N. Dak. 

OE15 

Kniker, Martin P, (T), 612 Texas St. 

Dallas 1, Texas ....„.E41 

Kniker, Paul C, (T), Burton, Texas 

Knlpping, A, H, (SWO), 123 Cleve¬ 
land Ave.. Bellevue, Ky. ..OE15 

Knobel, Arthur D, (R>, 47 Market 

St, Tamaqua, Pa........TS33 

Koch, Aib. J, (NI), 8332 S. Green 
St, Auburn Park, Chicago 20, III. 

OKI 3 

Koch, Edwin J, A., Ph.D, (NI). 121 
W. Church St, Elmhurst, UL..OEUSX23 
Koch, Elmer L. (SI), Trenton. Ill, ,E33 
Koch, Erwin R., D.D. (N), 1365 N. 

Hamtine Ave., St, Paul 4, Minn. .,~OB22 
Koch, Henry C. (DJ (MV), 1720 
Chouteau Ave., St. Louis 3, Mo. ....OE22 
Koch, Homer W. (P), 16 Francis St, 

Anna p ol i s, M d... .....TS 4 5 

Koch. John (N), Lake Elmo, Minn. 

OX13 

Koch, Karl <E> (N), 650 St, Peter 

St„ St. Paul 2, MEnn, .....OE89 

Koch, Ralph C- (MV), Gerald, Mo. ....E43 
Koch, W. A. (SW), 425 W. Clarke 

St.. Milwaukee 12, Wis. ....OBI 9 

Kochheim, W. H. (P). 2526 W. Lom¬ 
bard St, Baltimore 23, Md* .„.-.-.-OElS 
Kochner, John P. (WNY), 8 Lilac 

St, Buffalo 20. N, Y...OMH31 

Koehler. B, J, (SI), 111 West B St„ 

Belleville, III. ......OE27 

Koehler, Clarence H. (Ia), Box 94, 
Wheatland, Iowa „MH3 9 

Koehler. K. (NW). 152 S. Military 

Rd.. Fond du Lac, Wis. ........„,.OE£4 

Koehler, Roger L. (Phi), Ottsville, 

Pa...........TS44 

Koellfng, Donald F, (la)* 907 *Iowa 

St„ Muscatine, Iowa ...........E46 

Koenig. C. A- <E) (T), 626 E. Krez- 

dorn St, Seguin, Texas ..........OE 86 

Koenig, Hermann E. (NI), 6824 S, 
Emerald Ave.* Chicago 21, Ill. 

OECRS15 

Koenig, J. C. (M) (NI), Bisrampur* 
Raipur DJat, via Bhatapara, C, P., 

India _.....E 12 

Koenig, Robert E, (NI), 1140 N. 

Washington St, Hinsdale* 111, ....CTS45 
Kocpke, Karl, S.T.D, (SEO), 901 E. 
Tuscarawas St.* Canton 2 , Ohio 

OMH31 

Koepp* E. E. (SWO), 14 N. Plum 
St, Springfield. Ohio . ...X1D 


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Koe-Kur 


Koert, John L. (Sind), R. 2, ML Ver¬ 
non, Ind... 

Kofer, Robert (SI), Alhambra, III. 

OEQ 2 

Kohler. Edgar W. (Leh), Summit 
Hill Pa TSI9 

Kohler, Geo, W, (Sus), 853 Washing¬ 
ton St* Freeland, Pa......,.TS28 

Kohler, J. Kenneth (Phi). 2517 W, 
Somerset St,, Fhlledalphia 32, Fa. 

TS35 

Kohler, Paul W. (Sind), 851 Milton 

Ave. p Louisville 4. Ky.....E40 

Kohler, Peter S, <E> (Neb), ISIS S, 

12th St., Lincoln, Nebr. _„„„OMH84 

Kohler, F. (SWO) t 2530 Knorr 

Ave., Cincinnati 14, Ohio _ .Ell 

Kollath. Emil C. (MI), 418 S. 5th St, 

Goshen, Ind.....E10 

Kollath, Fred W. (Sind), c/o Rev. 
Emfl C, Kollath, 417 S, Fifth St., 

Goshen, Ind.........,.....,OE21 

Kollath, Karl B. (SWO), 65 St 
Nicholas Place. Fort Thomas. Ky. ..E36 
Konrad. P, Hubert (MI), 637 W. 

Franklin St, Elkhart, Ind, ..OE23 

Konz, Harold L. INWO), c/o C, 

Cramer, R. 1, Fostoria, Ohio .E45 

Koons, G, Howard (Lan), Campbells- 

port Fa.......TS31 

Koons, John A. (I) (So), Box 775, 

Claremont. N. C, .....C12 

Koonta* Harvey H,. Jr. (So), Ashe- 

boro. N. C. .. -TS4G 

Kopenhaver, Geo. E, (EP), Cherry- 

vllle, Pa, . „OU05 

KorLng, W. (E> <N>, Seabury 

Campus, Faribault Minn. *..„,.„.~,.OE91 
Korn, Wm. A„ Fh.D. (E) (Lan), 625 

College Ave., Lancaster, Pa..T92 

Korn, William E. (Dak), Men no, S, 

Dak, .. .X3l 

Kosman, Howard A, (Phi), 209 
Chestnut St, PtUtown, Pa. TS 2 6 

Kosman, Wm. F., D.D. <Leh), 1618 

Walnut St, Allentown, Pa, .„TS09 

Kosower, Albert A- (NY), 54 Wyona 

St, Brooklyn 7, N, Y, ..TS39 

Kostyu, Frank A. (SWO), 726 Gan¬ 
der! Ave., Dayton 3, Ohio ..E45 

Kovacs. Andrew (E) (Mag), R. 1, 

Box 214, Toledo, Ohio ..X92 

Kovacs, Bela (E> (Mag), 1018 W. 

Union Blvd., Bethlehem, Pa. XO3 

Kovacs, Imre (I) (Phi), Chester 

Springs, Pa, .. ........TS38 

Kracke, Irvin F. (Pbg), R* D, 2, 

Sharpsburg, Pa. .. OE31 

Kraemer, H. A., D.D. <E) (WWI), 

64 N, Ogden St, Buffalo 6. N. Y.....QE8G 
Krafft, Emil N„ D.D. (NEO), 3236 

E, 55th St, Cleveland 4 f Ohio .OE14 

Kramer, Frederick (NY), 59 Beech 

St, Clinton. Mass. .. ......OC33 

Kramme, Walter Wm. (KC), Grand 

Pass, Mo, ................E3 6 

Krampe. Ernst G., D-D. (E) (NW), 

930 Eastern Ave., Plymouth, Wis, 

OMH96 

Kratz, WIlTard A. (EP), 1036 X. 5th 

St. Catasauqua, Pa, .. ...C30 

Kratzat, Harold L, (SW), R. 1, 

Prairie du Sac, Wis______MH45 

Krause, G- W, (3EO), Loudonville, 

Ohio . E09 

Krause, Henry L,(Fbg) r 1804 Mor¬ 
rell St, Pittsburgh 12, Pa. .............TS11 

Krause, Philip p, (KC), Jamestown, 

Mo,.........E4S 

Krause, Reinhard (SEO), 405 N. 

Wooster Ave,, Dover* Ohio ..OE30 

Krebs, Dallas R., D.D, (R). 134 N, 

4th St-, Hamburg, Pa. . 005 

Krelder, H. R., Ph.D. (E) (NWO), 

3902 Homewood Ave., Toledo 12, 

Ohio ....„.....TSOI 


Kresge Elijah E,, Ph,D, (E) (Lan), 

432 State St, Lancaster, Pa, ..TSOI 

Kresge, Seward R. (Sus), R, D, 3, 

Danville, Pa,.. ,...X0» 

Kress, James D, (NY), F. O, Box 

512. Ansonia, Conn, __,. t „TS2S 

Kress ley, Clement D. (Leh), 1330 8, 

Albert St, Allentown, Pa. ..GTS97 

Eressley, Thos. M. (Phi), Coopers- 

burg, Pa. .OTSOB 

Kreuzenstein, Gustav B, (Ml), R, 2, 

Watervliet, Mich, «.......OE08 

Kreuzer, John A, (MV), Berger, Mo* 

OE18 

Kriebel, R Wilbur (D) (Leh), 37 N, 

West St, Allentown, Pa, ..TS13 

Krieger, John F. (Dak), Fort Sas- 

katechwan, Alberta, Canada .OMH25 

Krieger, W. J, (Dak), Eureka, S, 

Dak, .........OP 9 6 

Kriete, Carl D„ D.D. (M) (MV), 

3732a Keokuk St.* St Louis, Mo.CIS 

Krisik, Alois A. (C), 2323 Genevieve 

St-, San Bernardino, Calif. ..XI2 

Kroehler, A. C, (EM), Lyman, Nebr, 

OE20 

Kroehler, Henry G- (MV), Hermann, 

Mo, t —...:....OCTS33 

Kroenlein, Carl F- (la), 323 ^Wash¬ 
ington St, Kahoka, Mo, ...,............,..,E38 

Krohne* Frederick H. (Nl), 4141 

Prescott Ave., Lyons, III. „....^.,..„„OE09 

Kroll, Frank C, (la), Ackley, Iowa ....E38 

* Krueger, Arthur M. (N>, 952 Heaney 

Ave., St Paul 6. Minn. ..OMH34 

Krueger, Earl W. (N), 400 S. 2nd St. 

Le Sueur, Minn...**....E42 

Krueger, Edw. R, (NW), 1248 Lin¬ 
coln Ave- Sheboygan, WIs.QE02 

Krueger, J. F. (T), R, 2, Waco* 

Texas —...... .QE18 

Krueger, Kasper (Dak), Ashley, N, 

Dak. .. ......OMH21 

Krueger, Otto J, (T), Cibolo, Texas 

OE24 

Krueger, W> L. (Sind), 1228 E. 
Breekenridge St., Louisville 4, Ky. 

GEOS 

Kruetzmann, Arthur I. (Ia), Hub¬ 
bard, Iowa . MH28 

Krumlauf, Joel C. (NWO), 312 W, 
Columbus St* Kenton, Olifo ...........C26 

Krumm, Gustav J- (SWO), 2447 Har¬ 
rison Ave-, Cincinnati 11, Ohio ....OE15 

Krummel, Wm, (Ml), Box 27, Baroda, 

M ich...........O E21 

Kuck T Julius W, (WHY), 35 E. Pa¬ 
rade Circle, Buffalo 11, N. Y.OMH32 

Kuck, Adiel O. (SWO), Basil, Ohio ....C29 
Kuebler, Kenneth JU (M) (Sind), 

Honduras, C, A........,,,.,.346 

Kuebler, Robert C, (Sind), 214 Park- 

W'ay Ave., Indianapolis 2, Ind..OEHJ 

Kuentzel, Walter (L), Princeton Sem¬ 
inary, Princeton, N. J. ....................MH45 

Kuether, Fr, C, (SWO), 412 S, Froat 

St. Hamilton, Ohio ....OEOl 

Kuether, Fred C„ Jr. (G) (NI), 304 

Gory Ave.. Wheaton, Ill, ..JE34 

Kuether, Ralph L. (N), 1121 Market 

St, La Crosse, Wis, ..E36 

Kugler, Theo. C- (E) (SI), Qkaw- 

vilie, III......OX91 

Kuhlman, Wm, J, (MI), 24136 God¬ 
dard Rd„ Inkster, Mich. .....,......„..OE23 

Kuhlmann, Christian H, (SI), 307 W. 

Clay St, Collinsville, Ill, ..,....OE22 

Kuhn, E. A. (Ml), 615 Church St„ 

St Joseph, Mich. ..... .0X07 

Kuhn, Herbert E, (HV), R, 1, New 

Haven, Mo, ..,..OE34 

Kuretsch, Richard F. <T), R, 1, 

Seguin, Texas ....OESO 

Kurkowskl, Braynard E. (Sus), 539 

Beech St, Scranton 5, Pa........E33 

Kurz* Alfred V, (L) (KC), St Jos¬ 
eph, Mo......„„E4 6 

Kurz, R. J- (MI), 423 N, Washing¬ 
ton St* Owosso* Mich. .. ...OEO9 


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tv lit-I A* 


Kutuchief, Luben (SEO), 121 S, Main 

St. Union town. Ohto __.X41 

Kutz, Gregor W. (KC). Nicketson. 

Kana, -««-.—.OE31 

Kutz, LeRoy M, f Jr. (Leh), 2121 
Walbert Ave,, Allentown, Fa- ...._..TS45 
Kutz, Ludwig C. (SW), Hales Cor¬ 
ners, Wia.. „„E3l 

Kutz, R. Edwin (EP), White & Lime 
.Sts., Bowmanstown, Pa, - TS20 


Lahr, F, Edward (SWOJ, 39 W, 11th 

St., Columbus 1, Ohio ............MHH 

I hr, W, Franklin (Sind), 2724 

Napoleon SL, Indianapolis 3, Ind.C28 

La hr, Wm, H, (E) (NWO), Bluflton, 

Ohio _ OMH92 

Laky, Sigismund (Mag). 1435 S, 

Broad SL, Trenton 10, N. J.BL12 

i Mar, Edward S. (E) (Lan), Ma¬ 
sonic Homes, Elizabethtown, Fa, ..TSQ5 
Lambarth, Arnold R. (Nl), R, 1, Box 

U6, Hampshire, 111.............E39 

Ijambrecht, Henry E., D.D. (HI), 

4950 W, George St., Chicago 41, if). 

OHO 8 

l^mmers, Louis H. (SWO), 112 

Prospect St, Newark, Ohio .OE20 

Lammera, Paul W, (NWO), B. F. D, 

2, Bloomvilie, Ohio_._C34 

ljfl.mraert ( Frank W. (T), Rowena, 

Texas . E41 

Ummert, Louis H. (MV), 3351 Emi¬ 
nence St, Overland 21. Mo...,E33 

Lampe, William E., Ph.D., LL.D., D.D, 

(D) (Phi), Office, 150§ Race St, 

Philadelphia 2, Pa. .*...TS00 

Land, Paul H. (D) (NT), 245 W, 

34th St, New York, N. Y. .OU92 

Ijandgrebe, Louis P, (C), 2736 Maine 

Ave., Long Beach 6, Calif.....OY2S 

1 Hindis, Jacob B. (R), 634 Penn Ave., 

West Reading, Pa.. .TS1S 

Lane, William T. (WNY), 6 Ale on 

St, Warren, Pa..,......E 44 

Lang, Charles A. (NEO), Petersburg, 

Ohfo .......XI4 

I^anghorst, F. J, (D) (MV), 4500 

Washington Blyd., St Louis 8, Mo, 

GEOS 

Langhorst, Victor E. (NI), 195 N, 

Entrance Ave., Kankakee, lit .E35 

Lau, Chas. L (NWO), R. 2, Swanton, 

Ohio ...._...C12 

Laubaeh, Geo, J. (EP), PL 3, Easton, 

Pa. ......OTSlfi 

Laubengayer, A, Paul (MV), R, 2, 

Kimmswick, Mo.- 

Laubengayer, Oscar C. (T), 2232 

Franklin Ave., New Orleans 17, La, 

OEOP 

I ^.ucks, Fenton I. (EP), 311 Market 
St, Bangor, Fa. ,.TS3 5 

Lauer, Walter W. (Nl). 1112 Grove 
St,, Downers Grove, III, ..........,„E40 

Laufter, J. I. (I) (Fbg), Pitcairn, 

Pa........ . TTBlh 

Tjautenschiager, Edward A, (NY), 22 
Grove St, Amsterdam, N. Y. ._....OBL22 
Law, J. Albert (SEO), Warner, Ohio ..COS 
Lnwrenz* Edward F. (MI), 301 W, 

Fort SL, Detroit 9. Mich. ..OE07 

Iveemhuis, Henry J, (WNY), 324 W. 

Embargo St., Rome, N. Y, ........GEO 2 

Ijeemlng, Arthur (D) (Mer), Hoff* 
man Orphanage, R. 1, LJttlestown, 

Pa......... ...C2fi 

LeFevre, Rufus H. (I) (WNY), 161 
Springvllle Ave., Buffalo 14, N. Y. ..X2l 
Lefton, S. (E) (NY), 1947 S- 24th 

St., SL Petersburg 7, Fla. .0X99 

l^chman, Herman (NW), Fremont, 

Wia... .OMH13 

I^hman, Wm. C. r Ph.D, (I) (WNY), 

Ug Redfleld Place. Syracuse, N. Y. 

OMI113 


Lehmann, Marvin P. (NW), Box 324, 

Brillion, Wia.....MH44 

Lehmann, Nathaniel D, (E) (KC), 

Blue Springs, Mo, ..GE86 

Lehmann, Reinhart (Sind), It 4, 

Evansville. Ind.—..—.,^..OE17 

Lehmann, Tneo. T. (WNY), 50 Bel¬ 
mont Ave., Kenmore 17, N, Y, „.,.,OK2 l) 
Lehmann. Timothy, D,D„ LLD. <D) 
(Nl), Elmhurst College, Elmhurst, 

Ill. ..-...-.-.OED2 

Lehmann, Titus (F), 945 S. East 

Ave., Baltimore 24, Md. OEiH 

LeJbJg* Charles O. (Phi), 6380 Mont¬ 
gomery Ave., Philadelphia 31, Pa. 

TSU 

Leibner, Erich E. (MV), 2111 Mc¬ 
Nair Ave., SL Louis 4, Mo......OH If. 

Leiby, Amandus S, (EP), 429 W, 

Main Sl, Pen ArgyJ, Pa.0CJI 

Leiby, Francis A, (P), 2423 W. La¬ 
fayette Ave*, Baltimore 16. Md. «.~TS10 
Leiby, Stanley B. <EP>, 1915 Free- 

mansburg Ave., Easton, Pa, .„,..TS39 

Lekly, Harvey M- (Lan), 72 N. Grant 

St., Manheim, Pa. ....CU 

Leinbach, Carl S. (Deh), 2nd & Iron 

Sts., Lehlghton, Pa. .-..TS34 

Leinbach, Elmer G. (kn), 17 N. 

Chestnut St. T Palmyra, Pa.....TS0U 

Leinbach, H, Jerome (Sus), 40 W, 

Main ^t., Nantieoke, Pa. .„„TS04 

Leinbach, Roy E.* Jr, (So), 211 Main 

Ave., Newton, N. C. ....„..TS37 

Leinbach, Thos, H„ D,I>. (E) (R), 

1607 Garfield Ave., Wyomissing, Pa, 

OTS94 

Lelnberger, Hugo (Nl), Deerfield, III. 

US 4 3 

Lelphart, Elmer E. (P), 1124 1st SL, 

S.W., Roanoke 16, Va. CV’i'l 

Leis, Walter B. (NWO), 424 Ktl- 

bourne SL, Bellevue, Ghib . C21 

Leister, Alton M. <P). Manchester, 

Md, ..-.... 

Lemke, Frederick W. (E) (SW), 612 
N. Water SL, Watertown, Wis, ..OMH9K 
Lentz, John, D.D. (E) (Phi), 123 
Montgomery Ave.* Norristown, Pa. 

uua 

Leonard, A O, (So), Lexington, N. 

C......... 

Leonard, I^awrence A. (Ch) (So), 30 
S. Church SL Waynesboro. Pa. ,..,TS4J 
l^eonard, W, Calvin (So), Thomas- 

viiie, N. C. ....TS46 

Leonhardt, Robert G. (NW), Colby, 

Wis, . ,QE20 

Lequear, Horace R. (Pbg), Rlmers- 

burg, Pa_ .. ,27 

Lesser. Wilbert R. (Phi), Bingtowm. 

Pa. .. ...TS3S 

Ijevan, Charles W„ D.D. (E) (P), 

Walkersville, Md. . ,_...,TS83 

LeVan, John N., D.D., LitLD, (D) 
(Phi), Office, 1505 Race SL, Phila¬ 
delphia 2, Pa. .....TSOI 

Levengood, Albert J. (I) (So), Day- 

ton, Tenn.....OMH16 

Lcvens, Joshua L (So), 411 W. Bank 
St,, Salisbury. N. C. .,„«,.TS3 4 

Ley, Harold H., 1046 Lynhurst Ave.* 

Louisville 8, Ky, .. MH44 

Ley, Herman P. (D) (NW), R. 3, 

Plymouth, Wls, .-..-.OMH14 

Ley, Ralph P. (S’W'J, 417 Wisconsin 

Ave,, Waukesha, Wie, ..QMH39 

Ley, Raymond A, (Nl), 532 N. Ho¬ 
man St* Chicago 24, Ill. ..McC44 

LIchte, Melvin F, (KC), Herndon, 

Kans. ......E4 4 

Lienkaemper, Albert F, (PNW), 346 

N. 4til Ave., Payette, Idaho ..OHOl 

Uenkaemper, Calvin C. (E) (PNW), 

1107 24lh Ave., Spokane, Wash,..OMH9fj 
Uenkaemper, Wm. G., D.D. (E) 
(PNW), 3334 N. E. 61 lit Ave., Port¬ 
land 13, Oregon ..,.*....„*.,...OMH93 


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Llf'May 


Light, Harvey M* (PK 329 E. Uni¬ 
versity Parkway, Bait! more 18* Md. 

TS31 

Light* John M* (Sue), Orangeville, 

Pa, ----***.-~-**../TS44 

Limber t* Paul M. r Fh*D* (I) (NT), 

36 Dartmouth St* Springfield, Mass, 

TS22 

Llmbert, Roy W, (Mer)* Dover, Fa* 

TS28 

Llmper, Arthur E* (SI) r MUlstadt, 

Ill.......—.**..OE19 

Link, Ch&s. G* (CP), McConnells- 

Lo wn, Pa. ... ................. *..TS 3 3 

Link, Elmer G* (Lan), 505 Locust 

St, Denver, Pa. ......................TS41 

Llppert, Henry G* (SI), Edw&rds- 

ville* H. 3, Ill. „*.***_,.*... 

Lippy, J* Edmund £P)* I? Bond St., 

Westminster, Md...„*..TS32 

Lobach, Samuel B T (Pbg), 1522 Elm 

St* Ureensburg, Pa* ..T817 

Loch, Howard F. (FbgL 333 N, Mc¬ 
Kean St, Kit tanning;. Pa. ..TS24 

Lock art, David (Lan), 304 W. Main 

Ave*, Myerstown. Pa. .......Cl 6 

Loew, C* C* R* (MI), 423 S, 4th Ave., 

Ann Arbor, Mich. .,.US42 

Loew, Richard J* (NWO), 105 Perry 

St,, Wapakoneta* Ohio ********-**.OE09 

Logsdon, Holland L. (Fbg), 341 E. 

New Castle St, Zelienople, Pa.,X22 

Lohans, H, H. O^NY), 41 University 

Court, Eggertsvllle 21* N, T.0X02 

Long, *ilmer H. (Phi). 917 Swede 

St.. Norristown, Pa. __ .TS27 

Longsdorf, William T. (EP), 454 

Franklin St* Falmerton* Pa* ...TS44 

Loos* Carl (E) (WNT), 930 W. 8th 

St* Erie* Pa, .....QE92 

Loos, Lee D, (R), Market St, Au¬ 
burn, Pa. .. ....TB3S 

Loose, Wm, H, <E> <CF), 4 N* 

Market St*, Sellnagrove, Pa..1194 

Loucks* Edgar V** D,D. (SWG>, 415 

Sycamore St, Greenville, Ohio ..UD3 

Lowder* Frederick (L) (I) (So), 16 
Maxwell St., Asheville, N* C* „..C34 
Lowenbergh, Frank J, (N), 219 Tenth 
Ave., B., Duluth 5, Minn. .......*..._OMH35 

Lucke, R. C* (E) (Sind), 1266 
Springdale Dr*, Louisville 9, Ky.....OX05 

Ludman, Alex (NY), 27 Spring St. T 

Devon, Conn* ***„...*.**„...._,*.**.„******.*.HG4 

Ludwig, Fred'k A* (SW), 2712 W. 
Brown St, Milwaukee 8* Wis* ......OE31 

Ludwig, Fred'k G.* D.D. (SW), 2267 

N. 4 ih St, Milwaukee 12, Wls* ..OE95 

Ludwig, L. Harrison (NI), 1024 Wel¬ 
lington Ave,, Chicago 13, Ill.C24 

Lueckhoff, Fr* (D) (MI), Supt. Prot. 
Home for Orphans and Old People* 

6700 W* Outer Drive, Detroit 19, 

Mich- .-...-...X05 

Luedtke, Walter A* (ML), Urbana, 

Ind. OE26 

Luhm&n, Roland A. (NEO), Wick 
Ave. at Unco In Ave., Youngstown 

2, Ohio .. ..............C27 

Luthe. William J* (T), Route 8, Box 

229, Houston, Texas ........._...._...^.....E35 

Lutz, Wayne A* (Sus), 313 W* Sec¬ 
ond St, Berwick, Pa. TS32 

Lyerly, Wm, C- (So), R* I, Newton, 

N* C......Cl 4 

Lynch* W* Everett (MV), Labadie, 

M o..*..*„*,***._*........E 3 9 

Lyttle, Harvey M* (I) (R), 1505 

Palm St* Reading, Pa. ....OTS33 


Maas, Walter E. (NT), Fapineau, Ill* 

E43 

Mackey, Sheldon E. (R), 453 Doug¬ 
lass St, Reading, Pa* ........TS39 

Maechtle. Reinhold B* W. (D) (TL 
Ed£n Home for Aged* JR- D, 1* San 
Antonio, Texas ..******....E43 


Maeder, Henry G*, Ph*D. (PhD, 6820 
Crittenden St, Philadelphia 19, Fa. 


Cl 2 


(MI), 16664 

0, Mich. -E42 


Malcho w, Ru ssell L* 

Kingston St* Fraser 0, M ivu. ***.—* 
Malin, F, W- (la), R, D. 1, Newton, 

Iowa ....**.OLSl 

Mai lick, Adolph W, (E) (NIL 304 S. 

Lincoln St, Hinsdale, III...OE8S 

Mangelsdorf, Wilhelm (E) (SW), 

Sussex, Wis* __—.OE09 

Mann, A. Q. (N), Henderson, Minn. 

OE28 

Mann, Joseph H, (MV), R. R. 1, Au¬ 
gusta* Mo. .***** *...OE28 

M&nrodt, David - H, ( G) (P)* 819 

Patterson Park Ave*. Baltimore 5* 

Md* . TS45 

Manrodt, Henry (E) (NY), 1213 

Oakland Ave*, Union, N. J.OX18 

Manrodt, Manfred (P), 819 N* Pat¬ 
terson Park Ave., Baltimore 5, Md, 

OE20 

Mantz* Wilmer C* (Leh)* 669 Main 

St, Fennsburg, Pa. .......OTS33 

Marcus, Albert F* W. (MV), 405 

Hoffmeister Ave., St* Louis 23, Mo* 

E32 

Margard, Werner L. (NWO), 324 
Henry St., Crestline, Ohio ..******.********.C32 
Marlch, Carl A. (SWO), 1217 Arbor 
Ave*, Dayton* Ohio ........*..*.****.,*„.**,....X45 

Maronn, Arm in J* (NI), R* F* D* 3, 

Princeton, ill..*.....E4D 

Marshall, Thomas R. (MV), 509 E. 
Lockwood Ave*, Webster Groves 19, 

Mo.,..**. *..** .. ..OE2 0 

Mars teller, Clarence R. (Lan), 931 

Willow St., Lebanon, Fa* _ ....TS26 

Martensen, Glenn O. (MV), R, 6* 

Box 2230, Sappington 23, Mo. _.E30 

Martin, Christian J. (RM), Bayard, 

Nebi. ....MH42 

Martin, Lloyd M, (Bus), Catawlssa, 

Fa. . „X14 

Martin, Wesley W* (MV), R* 9* Lo¬ 
rn ay, Mo. 

Marts, Sterling P* (CP), Martins- 

burg* Pa... TS45 

Marx, Lewis G* (Neb), Harvard, 
Nebr* _ OE21 

Maachmeler, Ralph F* (MV), Apt 
3-E* 420 W* 121st St* New York 

27, N. Y. . P44 

Mast, Andrew (la), Monticello, Iowa 

E24 

Master, Alvin E, (Pbg)* Ruffs Dale, 

Pa. — ^ TS32 

Mathes. Roberrs*”(NEO), 547 Wood- 
bine Ave., S*E*, Warren, Ohio ..........C30 

Mathias, Willis D** Ph*D. (Leh), 1546 

Chew St*, Allentown, Pa.......CUS25 

Maizke, Samuel H* (SEC), 3510 Eoff 

St., Wheeling, W* Va* ......OMH10 

Matzner* Adolph (D) (la), Supt 

Evangelical Deaconess Hospital, 

Marshalltown* Iowa .. OEG2 

Mauch* W. G, (la), R. EL 3, Waverly, 

Iowa ............OE18 

Maul, D, F* (E) (Neb), La Hcrmosa 
Hotel, 630 California St, Denver, 

Colo, .......XI2 

Maul, Edward R* (SI)* Murphysboro* 

Ill. ....... ...E 3 7 

Maunz* Norman A. (T), 11 Beverly 
Gardens* New Orleans 20, La. ......OE2 4 

Maurer, Carl D* (Dak), 561 Boyd 
Ave*, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada 

OMH19 

Maurer* Jacob (E) (la), Garner, 

Iowa . *OMH10 

Maurer, Oliver K** D*D* (Mer), 163 

N. Main St,, Red Lion, Pa.C24 

Mauthe, John H, (SI) r 12 S* Hickory 

St* Du Quoin, 111. .....E29 

Maxwell, Hugh D. (I) (Pbg) * 4 

Smithfleld St* Pittsburgh* Fa* .15 

May* Homer S-, D.D* <E) (Lan), 17 
N* President Ave*, Lancaster, Pa. **TS93 


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May-Mor 


May, Milton A. (R), Shoemakers* 

ville. Pa. . ..TSS2 

Mayer, Edward A. (NW), 61 o Dele- 

glifle St,, Antes, WU. „..._.OES3 

Mayer, Edwin F, (MI), 2243 Semi* 

uole Ave., Detroit 14, Mich..0E13 

Mayer, Joseph H. (MV), R. 3, Jack- 

son, Mo, ...,.........X4I 

Mayer, Russell (CP), New Berlin, 

Pa* .. ....C31 

Mayer. Theodore, D.D. (WNY)* 174 
Schenk St, N, Tonawanda. N. Y, -OE09 
McKeehan* Hobart D„ D.D, (CP), 

607 Church St*, Huntingdon, Pa.TS19 

McLean, Eugene L., D.D. (E) (Phi), 

4706 Hazel Ave*, Philadelphia 43, 

Pa, ...-...TS93 

McLeese, Alfred W, (L) (Phi), 4330 

Pine St, Philadelphia 4. Pa* ..X4G 

McNelly, Clyde (C), 1218 W, 60 th 

St, Los Angeles 37, Calif.E30 

McQueen, Fred E, (D) <MV>* 1724 

Chouteau Ave,, St. Louis 3, Mo.El 6 

Meek, Allan 3„ D.D, (Mer), 163 

Merlon Rd*, York, Pa, ..*.TSll 

Meckstroth, Arnold W, (NED), 862 

Eddy Rd„ Cleveland 8, Ohio ...E37 

Meckstroth, Herbert H, (MI), R, R, 

4, Bluff ton, Tnd_____C2S 

Meckstroth, Richard B, (MI), 222 
Etna Ave., Huntington, Ind, ..*.«***.-.Cl8 
Mehl, Theo* F* (Sind), R* R. 4, 

Evansville, Ind, ..***,**.*..OE22 

Mehrllng, Walter D* (Pbg), 153 E, 

Main St, Frostburg* Md...TS20 

Me hr tens* Fred J. (Sind), SO 5 N, 

Clay St, Jasper, Ind.....E29 

Meier, Henry J* (NI), Dyer, Ind, ..OMH37 
Meier, J* H* (E) (So)* Memorial 

Home Community, Penney Farms, 

Fla. ,..**..,**.*.....0X07 

Melller* Albert R. (SWO), 29 S, First 

St, Fairfield, Ohio . ..MH41 

Melners, J* Gerhard (L) (N), New 

Albin, Iowa .*.....E46 

Meininger, Gustav C. (IJ (NW), 210 

Edna St, Plymouth, wla.„.....MH20 

Meisenheimer, P. W* (WNY), 73 

Main St, Hamburg, N. Y* ........OE17 

Melchert, Ernest J, (Ch) (MV), 

Schulenburg, Texas :. ...E4I 

Melchert, John C. (NWO), 115 N. 

Franklin St, New Bremen, Ohio ..OE19 
Melegh, Julius, D.D. (Mag), 537 Rich- 

wood Ave., Morgantown, W. Va.X08 

Mengel, Jesse M,* D.D* (R), 1520 

Linden St, Reading, Pa* ...<-TS04 

Menger, Erwin F* (N), 1220 N. 

Baird Ave., Fergus Falls, Minn. 

OMH24 

Menke, Otto A, (NW), R* 1, Plym¬ 
outh, Wis..*.*.....OMH08 

Mensendiek, R, A, (NEO), 725 Reid 

Ave,* Lorain, Ohio .QE22 

Merisel, Emil W, (M) (WNY), Rai¬ 
pur, C* P.. India .El 9 

Merisel. T, W* <D) (NI), 607 Berkley 
St* Elmhurst, 111. ........................OEY25 

Merkel, Karl (E) (T), R. I, Somer¬ 
ville* Texas ............0X02 

Mernita, Roland B* (Sind). 416 N* 

W. Sixth St., Evansville 8, Tnd. ,...OE2S 
Merten* Theodore (SEO), R* 2* Sardis, 

Ohio ....—.....**.„OE02 

Mertz* Alfred S, (Leh), 1837 Ruth 

St, Allentown, Pa* ..JTS 3 7 

Merz* Edward (N), Minnesota Lake, 

Minn. ....OE15 

Merzdorf* John J* (NI), R. 2* 

Beecher, Ill. .. OE10 

Merzdorf, Walter (D) (N>* Supt* St 
Lucas Evang* Deaconess Hospital, 

506 E* Division St # Faribault* 

Mi nn....... ,...OE 11 

Meusch, F* A*, D.D* (la), 404 S* "D" 

St, OskaloQsa, Iowa .. OE98 

Meus&Ung, Albert A, (WNY), 417 
Sherman St, Buffalo 12, N, Y* *.OMH19 


Meyer, A, H. <MI), *0 Mark Ave,, 

Pontiac 18, Mich___OE24 

Meyer* Achilles B* (MI), 3975 Con¬ 
cord Ave., Detroit 7, Mich.—..OEll 

Meyer* Armin F, (M) (la), Kharlar* 

„ Orissa, India .,.-.EHSP18 

Meyer* Chas* <E) (MV). 616a N* 

Union Bivd*, St Louis 8. Mo* ,.......OE99 

Meyer. John O* H. (Phi), 4533 V4sta 
St., Philadelphia 36, Pa ..........~..OMH21 

Meyer* J. P. p D.D. (MI), 4247 Fischer 

Ave*, Detroit 14, Mich.-._...OE06 

Meyer, Karl H* (NI), 5950 S. Albany 

Ave*, Chicago 29, fll--.....OE26 

Meyer* Paul R* (T)* 930 Marengo St, 

New Orleans 15, La* .......—.-.GE36 

Meyer* Waiter H* (Nl, 720 N, W* 5th 

Ave*, Faribault, Minn* ,...*„*.OES37 

Meyers, Clement B (Sus), Dushore, 

Pa* ...*_..„JP30 

Michael, John M* (MI), XL R. 1. De- 

ca tur* In d...*.. ..O MH3 5 

Michael, Mark B, (Mer), McConnells- 

burg, Pa ....TS46 

Michael, 01 !n B.* S*T*D, (P), Mt* 

Jackson* Va, —......„C23 

Miller, Allen Q., Fh.D. (D) (MV), 

518 Lake Ave., Webster Groves 19* 

Mo..„ „—.Y38 

Miller* Arthur J. (Pbg), R. D* 1, 

Berlin, Pa* ..—____TS12 

Miller, Harlan J. (NWO), 21 Church 

St, Shelby* Ohio . C20 

Miller, Harvey J. (R)* 125 Second 

St, Womelsdorf, Pa. ....TS15 

Miller, Lawrence C. T., D,D. (D) 
(Phi), Schaff Bldg., 1505 Race St, 

Philadelphia 2, Pa. **. ™„.TS1T 

Miller* Louis a F* (Sus), 128 N. 

Bromley Ave., Scranton 4. Pa* ..OE12 

Miller, Melvin (Ml), Wanatah, Ind. 

OE36 

Miller, Richard A (MV)* 6441 Scan- 

lan Ave.* St Louis 9, Mo...E30 

Miller, Wm. E* (SWO), 1014 Rose 

Circle, Park Hills* Covington, Ky.16 

Miller, Wm. H* (E) (CP), Bridge St, 

Lewiston, Pa* .. ....U01 

Minstermann, Louis C. (SWO)* 2245 
Valley St., Dayton 3 Ohio ............MH23 

Mlrcse, Alex. ( G ) (Mag) * Bethfen 

Home, Ligonier, Pa« ....XI7 

Mi tiler, F* J. (Ia), Box 167, Clarence. 

Iowa —.,***.. ^..**.^.**.„**«.**....***,..***..,***OE30 
Mltzell, C* M* (Mer), Shrewsbury, 

Pa* ..*...*...OTS20 

Moalz, Clarence H. (Leh). 2445 Wal¬ 
nut St, Allentown. Pa, *,.*.*..........*...TS37 

Modschiedler, L. F. (T), Somerville, 

Texas ...*.*.......OE36 

Moeller, Herman H. (E) (NI), 806 

Randall St, Downers Grove, III.0X93 

Moenkhaus, Wm. L* <NI), 818 N. 

Central Ave*, Chicago 51, Ill.*.OE£0 

Moessner, L. R, (Pbg)* 755 N* Main 

St* Mead ville, Fa. ....OE08 

Mohr, George A (NI), 110 N. West 

St., Waukegan, Ill, ..MH4 4 

Mohr, John (S\V), Camp bells port, 

Wis...*. ...OMH1S 

Mohr, Robert (T), Box 126, Coup¬ 
land, Texas ..OE16 

Mo I ter, Leon K. (WNY), 1079 Ken¬ 
sington Ave.* Buffalo 15, N* Y, .OE31 

Monn, Ira S* (Pbg), Salisbury, Pa **TSH) 
Moor, Otto B.* D.D, (SEO), Sugar- 

creek, Ohio .. **..OMHl4 

Moore, Dale H., D.Th* (D) (Leh), 
Cedar Crest College, Allentown, Pa 

X25 

Moorhead, Roy (Mer), Box £352, 

Hollywood. Fla, .... W ,*,„.**TS15 

Mori, Junkichl (C). Caixa Postal 52 
Est. Paracuassu, L, F., Scroeabana, 

Est. De Sao Paulo, Brazil . ,***„C10 

Moritz, Daniel H. (Sind), New Pal¬ 
estine, Ind.......OEO 9 

Moritz, Emanuel J, (Neb), 714 First 
Ave,, Plattsmouth, Nebr..OElfi 


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Momhlnweg, G. (E) (T), 697 Ave, 

"A," New Braunfels, Texas ...OE99 

Mornhlnweg* R. H* (SI), Tray, Ill, ..OE30 
Morrison, Robert D. (NX)* 15 Alex¬ 
ander St.. Newark 6. N* J.TS45 

Moeer, Louis A. (SwJ, Lowell, Wis. 

OMH02 

Moss, Robert V*. Jr, (D> (Lan), 618 

W. Lemon St., Lancaster, Pa.TS45 

Most, Richard A, (E) (MI), 4527 

Kenilworth Ave,, Ft, Wayne, Ind. 

GU97 

Moyer, Clarence T. (Sus), 328 First 

St., Weatherly, Pa. . .TS23 

Moyer, Ernest W, (PhD, 116 N. 6th 

St., Perkasie, Pa...CIS 

Moyer, Franklin EL, D,D. (D) (Leh), 

Phoebe Home, Allentown, Pa. ..TS97 

M^er, George W. (Lan), Halifax, 

Moyer, Guy J. fc> t 1608 W, Alameda 

St.. Los Angeles, Calif. _,TS3i 

Moyer, James W. (Her), Mercers- 

burg. Pa. .....TS35 

Moyer, Samuel A. CR), 316 Church 

St, Mfnersvllie, Pa....TS41 

Moyer, Samuel E, (Phi), 317 Market 

St, Perk sale, Pa. ...OTSOB 

Moyer, Wilbur W. (Leh), R. 2, Le- 

highton, Pa. ...OTS15 

Muecke Albert, D.D. (E) (MV), 

3045 Rolla Place, St. Louis, Mo. ....QES4 
Muecke, Otto A., D.D. (NIL 2042 

Pensacola Ave.* Chleage 18, Ill.OE19 

Muehlelsen, Henry (SW) f Rockfleld. 

Wls, *„*.«.....„„.„,oxia 

Mueller, Car] (E) (T), 412 B, 25th 

St., Houston 8, Texas ......0X02 

Mueller, Ernst L. (E) (MV)* R, 2, 

Box 674, Clayton B. Mo.....OE92 

Mueller, Ernst O, (N), New Salem, 

N. Dak ...........OE2D 

Mueller, Hans G. (KC), Loyal. Gkla. 

OE37 

Mueller, Karl J, (E) (NL 865 W. 

Nebraska Ave. f St. Paul 3, Minn. ..OE96 
Mueller. Russell R. (T), K. 1, Elm 

Mott, Texas ............B45 

Mueller. Theo L, (E) (MV), 6443 

Scanlan Ave., St. Louis 9, Mo, ......GE85 

Mueller, Th. W„ D.D. (D) (NIL 216 

Alexander Blvd*, Elmhurst, Ill.E15 

Mueller. William A. (NIL Minier, Ill, 

E34 

Mugglln, Jos. C, (I) (NT), 10 Willow 

SU Sidney, N. T. . OMH11 

Munstermann, Alvin J, (D) (NI), 

Bengenville, III, .......E21 

Munz, Armin C, (N), Welcome, Minn. 

E39 

Munz, J. M* (E) (N), Eyota, Minn. 

OE96 

Musser, Harlan C. (Pbg). 2605 Stew¬ 
ard Ave,. McKeesport, Pa, .* .TS44 

Musser, Thomas B. (CP), West Mil- 

ton .Pa.. ......... ,TS 4 3 

Myers, John W,, S.T,D* (MI), 327 S. 
Seminole Circle, Fort Wayne 6, Ind. 

CX25 


Nace, Albert F. (El (So), 768 E, 

College Ave., Decatur, Ga.....OTS01 

Nace, D. Horton (Leh), Kutatown. 

Pa. ...TS34 

Nace, I. George, D.D. (D) (MV), 

1720 Chouteau Ave., St, Louis 3, 

Mo, .. TS1S 

Nace, Oliver W. (CP), 7 E. Mill St., 

Sellnsgrove, Pa. .. * C30 

Naefe, Wm. F, (NI), 4948 Grace St, 

Chicago 41, III. ..OC12 

NaftzJnger, Herman J. (Pbg>, 614 

Sixth St, Pitcairn, Pa, .„ TS27 

NageL Carl H, (NW), Schofield, Wts, 

OE96 


Nagle, Edwin C, (Phi), 218 Edgely 

Ave*, Glenside. Pa. ...--—..TS39 

Nagle, Robert O. (Lan), E* Peters¬ 
burg, Pa, ......-TS44 

Nagy, Andrew (Mag), 1144 Campau 

Ave., Flint 6, Mich.......BL30 

Nagy, Emit S„ Jr. (NY), 227 Pine 

St, Bridgeport 5, Conn.....,.TS34 

Nagy, Emlf S-, Sr. (I) (MagL 605 N. 

2nd Ave.. Bethlehem, Pa. 

Nagy, Paul, Jr, (P), 5021 WllUaton 

St, Baltimore 29, fad. ..JTB36 

Naragon, Edw. E. (E) (NWQ), 720 

N. Main St, Kenton, Ohio .....H01 

Nelson. Wm, C. (NEO), 830 Avon 

SU Akron 10, Ohio ........MH35 

Neuensch wander, John (MV), R, 3, 

Ml. Vernon, Mo. ......OMB21 

Neuensch wander, W. L. (L) (I) 

(NEO), 1115 Cadillac Blvd., Akron, 

Ohio ._..-X26 

Neumann, Christian (Ch> (P), 44 

Madison St, Annapolis, Md..TS40 

Neumann. Hifmer E, J, (SWG>, 92? 
McPherson Ave., Cincinnati 5, Ohio 

OE21 

Newell, Arthur Wm. (P), 33 WUlway 

Ave., Richmond 21, Virginia .E33 

Newgard. Jos. M. (Ia), Wilton Junc¬ 
tion. Iowa _________......TS11 

Niebuhr, H. Richard, Fh.D, (G) 
(NY), 51 Mlllbroek Rd„ Hamden* 

Conn. E16 

Niebuhr, Relnhold, D.D., S.T.D. (G) 
(NY). 99 Claremont Ave., New 

Yoi k 27, N. Y...HI3 

Nicdermeyer, Paul (SI), Addlevllle, 

Til. ......L...OE16 

Nienkamp, Robert P. (C), 432 Cleve¬ 
land St., Woodland. Calif. ., +t .OE33 

Nlensted, John L. (KC), R. D., Elmo. 

Kans. E39 

Nles. A. J, (WNT)" S 8 Linden Park, 

Buffalo 8, N. Y. .....E2l 

Nishtmoto, George N. (NI), 3757 

Ellis SU Chicago, Ill, ...E45 

Nisi, Frederick J. (la), R. F. D., 

W r arsa w. 111. ......., +++ , + „*.OE24 

Noll, David J. W. (Lan), 56 Terrace 
Ave.. Ephrata, Pa. ....„,.OMH27 

Noll, Elmer S.* D.D. (E) (R), Schuyl¬ 
kill Haven, Pa. ...TS95 

Noll, Earnest E, (SEO). 3739 Wood 

St. Wheeling, W* Vgl .. ...E37 

Nolle, Ernest F. (KC), 208 S* Sth 

SL t Kingfisher, Qkla. .E34 

Notte, Robert A. (NI), 1140 N, 

Washington St, Hinsdale, III. ..........E45 

Norenberg, Harvey E, (SW), BePle- 

ville. Wis. MH39 

Noss, Chas, L* (Lan), 109 Conestoga, 

SU Steel ton. Pa. ....TS03 

Noss, Christopher J. (Lanl, 109 N. 

Mulberry St., Lancaster, Fa.,..TS40 

Noss, David S. (L) (Lan), 5757 Uni¬ 
versity Ave,, Chicago 37, IIL ...TS45 

Noss, Geo. S. (M> (EP), Berea Col¬ 
lege, Berea, Ky. .. ..US30 

Noss, John B„ Ph.D, (D) (Lan). 509 
N, President Ave., Lancaster, Fa...TS22 
Nott, Henry G, D.D. (E) (SW), 4055 
N, 13th St., Milwaukee 9, Wls. 

MHMeC85 

Nottrott, Hans M, (T), 920 Calllavet 

St„ Biloxi, Miss...*...E42 

Novak. Louis G, (NEO), 119 W, 

River St, Elyria, Ohio .TS31 

Nuikolls, Geo- L„ D-D, (G) (RM), 

Gunnison, Colo. . ..........X08 

Nucssle, Albert C. (I) (Phi), 74 Ny- 

ack Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. ..X35 

Nugent, W. Carl (RM), 1311 Leonard 

Place, Evanston. Ill, . 20 

Nuss, Edw. F. (N), Ledyard, Iowa 

OMH16 

Nursman, Ernst H, (Neb), Pomeroy, 

low a ...—„ ......OE 3 6 

Nussmann, G. (Sind), Holland, Ind. 

OK97 


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Nussmann, Oscar (C), 6181 Spring- 
vale Drive, Dos Angeles 42, Calif...OE04 
Nusamann, Oscar C. (WNY), 25 & 
Hamilton St, Rochester 7, N\ Y. ..OE30 


O 

Oberkircher, Frederick D. (F). 403 N, 
Mechanic St r Cumberland, Md. W .OE10 
Oho Id, Howard, D.D. (PhD, 114 N. 

6 th St., Ferkasie, Fa. ..TSOI 

Odenbach, Walter E, (Dak), Tripp, S. 

Dak.........MH40 

Oelrich, William H, (SWL 183 N, ^ 

Main St, Juneau, Wte. ............MH1S 

Ogston, A, W. (PNW), 405 Fifth St, 

E., Tillamook, Ore, ........ X23 

Ohi, Arthur C. (Phi), 206 Main St, 

Trappe* Fa. J. .™....UG4 

Olewiler, Robert W. (CP), 190 S. 

Falrvlew St, Lock Haven, Pa.TS45 

Olm, Paul A* (NW), Elkhart Lake. 

w'ts- OMH21 

Olm, Paul H. G. (NW), R. R. 2. 

Stratford. WIs. ..MH46 

Onasch, Adolph C. <SW), 106 E. Mil- 
waukee Ave., Ft Atkinson, Wis. ..OE34 
Opperman, Edw. H. (N), R, 1* Nor¬ 
wood, Minn. . _-OMH14 

Opperman, Vernon C, (NWO 1,224 W. 

College Ave., RlulTton, Ohio ....MH41 

Oppermann, Franz (E) (PNW), East 

Sound, Wash, .. L ..OE83 

Orlowsky, Geo. {D > <KC), Blue 

Springs, Mo. ,..OE04 

Ortwein, W. H. (NW), 312 Fifth St. 

Wausau, Wis. .. OB38 

Osenbach, Carl I* (R), 448 Grand 

Ave., Tower City, Pa......T546 

Ott, Bcnno G. (Nt). 1635 N. Karlov 

Ave., Chicago 39, Ill...OE32 

Ott, Frederic F, (PNW), 966 Marlon 

St, Salem, Oregon .OBL31 

Ott Harold G, (N), Ceylon* Minn. ....E41 
Ott, Walter (WNY), 528 High St.. 

Buffalo II, N, Y . ....OE20 

Otte. Elmer G, (Neb), 812 Ring St, 

Mapleton, Iowa......E2fi 

Overbeck, J. H, (Sind), Westphalia, 

Ind. _. DE-OS 


P 

Faal, Julius (Mag), 416 E. 10th St, 
Homestead, Pa. ..„_,X4 3 

Paetzold, Edward J. (NY), 45 Ridge¬ 
wood Ave., Irvington 11. N, J.OE21 

Fahl. Gustav A., Jr. (N^). 3054 N. 

Albany Ave.. Chicago 18. 111. ........GE33 

Paine, R. Howard, 106 Chestnut St.. 

Jamaica Plain 30, Mass, ....TS46 

Paine, R. Maxwell (Leh), 17 S. Sec¬ 
ond St, Slatington, Pa, .„C29 

Painter. Jacob F. (I) (Pbg), 1600 
Elm St, S, Greensburg. Pa. ..........TS31 

Palmer, Jacob A. (So), Thomagville, 

N C qi% 

PantermuehlT Roland''" hT'^T )," S14" N.” 

Bauer St, Seguin, Texas . OE3& 

Papal ian, Sarkis (Pbg), Fowler, 

Calif, ..... TS29 

Papmeder, Stephen (Mag), Vinton- 

dale. Pa- .. ..BL3S 

Pa.pp, Charles (Mag), 21 Lexington 

Ave., South Norwalk, Conn. ........BL21 

Papsdorf, Theo. G. (NWO), 307 N. 

Franklin St, New Bremen, Ohio ..OE04 
•Parragh, Desmond D. (Mag), 526 E, 

4th St., Bethlehem, Pa, .X35 

Paul, Firdel (Neb), Peterson* Iowa 

QEE5 

Pauloweit, G, E, (E) (NW), R, 1, 
Wisconsin Rapids. Wis. „..„.»..,.,.....GX13 
Peck. Felix B„ S.T.D. (D) (N), 77 
W, Washington St, Chicago 3, IIL....C22 
Peeler, Augustus C, (NRO), R, 1, 
Barberton, Ohio -.CIS 

• n 


Peeler, Bank* J., D.D, (So), 141 W. _ 

First Ave., Lexington, N. C, ---C22 

Peeler, John C™ D.D. (So), R. D, L _ 

Burfington, N. C. ..-.13 

Peeler, Lee A.. D.D, (F). 1 N, Gra¬ 
nada St., Arlington, Va.....COS 

Peeler, Shuford, D.D, (E), (So), 1733 

Amherst Place, Charlotte, N, C..U03 

Pentz, Fred D. (Lan), Box 63, Lea¬ 
cock. Fa.............TS29 

Peper, Martin H. (RM), 1529 Third 

St, N. E-, Rochester. Minn. ..OE09 

Perl, John (Sind), 604 Eastern Pkwy., 

Louisville 8, Ky, ...._.____OE30 

Perry, H. G. (StiTGh Salamonia, Ind. 

C3 0 

Peter, Anthony (Mag), 901 King's 

Highway, Bridgeport. Conn. ..X24 

Peters, Albert G., S.T.D. (R) f 108 
Jardln St, Shenandoah, Pa. „-...^,,.UX06 
Peters, Chas., Ph-D- (I) (Phi), 401 S. 

Lansdowne Ave.. Lansdowne, Pa. ..TSll 
Peters, Hilbert H. (Sind), 10th £ 
Jefferson Sts., Tall City, Ind, ........OE23 

Peters, Jos. S.. D.D. (BP), Box 1254. 

Moravian Sta., Bethlehem, Pa.TS10 

Petr!, Carl G„ D.D. (PhD, Skippack, 

Pa. IT03 

Pfeiffer, Karl (E) (PNW), R. 4, Box 
211 A, Oregon City, Oregon .......„...QL01 

Pfeiffer, Paul (E> (SWO), 367 E. 

Madison Ave., Springfield, Ohio ...OE9& 
Pftster, Herbert B. (NWO), 211 E. 

Carrol St, Kenton, Ohio .OE10 

Pfltzer, Frederick W- (WNY), 25 
Crossman Ave., Buffalo 11, N. Y. ..OEl 8 
Ffundt, Erich (KC), Holy rood, Kans. 

OEl 6 

Ffundt Theo, (Nebt Cook. Nebr.OE08 

Pheiffer, Harry E„ D.D. (NWO) t 804 
W. Jefferson St, Sandusky, Ohio ..OEl6 
Phil brook, Ralph A., D.D, (WNY), 23 
Seminary Ave., Auburn, N, T. ......0X30 

FhtUtppi, Milo J, (Ia) T 316 South 

Ave., B, Washington, Iowa . E43 

Phillips, Eliaa H. (Lan), Colonial 

Park, Fa. .. TS20 

Piepenbrok, Ernst A, (Sind), $02 

Sanders St, Indianapolis 3. Ind.OEl 4 

Piepenbrok, Frederick G. (NT), 53S S. 

Scoville Ave., Oak Park, Ill, .OEl3 

Piepenbrok, Paul (T), Washington, 

Texas ..........OEl 1 

Pllgram. Robt. J., D,D, (E) (Lan), 

653 State St. Lancaster, Pa, .......TSOI 

Pfnckert, O. E. (Neb), Harbine, Nebr. 

OEl G 

Piecator, Aug. (Phi). 3391 Frankford 

Ave., Philadelphia 34, Pa....QUOl 

Plappert, Adam C. (E) (NW). R. 3, 

Sheboygan, Wis, .. ...OMH03 

Plassmann, Dean G, (NI), 212 W, 

Third St T Hinsdale. Ill.........E46 

Plassmann, Ewald H- (Nil, Peotone, 

III. .. ...OE20 

Pleger, K. (B) (MV), 7031 Forsythe 

Blvd., St. Louis, Mo. .....OES8 

Plltt, Edward T. (T), Lockhart. 

Texas .......... .T S 3 5 

Ploeher, Frederick G, <NI), Prairie 

View, III. .. ...B42 

Plott George E. (Mer), 136 E. Balti¬ 
more St, Greencastie, Pa. ...„.........TS15 

Pobans, Phil. R, (MX), R, F, D., 

Wakarusa. Ind. ____ .......,.„,-......E18 

Poeschel, Leslie R (NI) r Box 257, 

Lake Zurich, III. OE31 

Poetter, Howard H. (KC), 215 Cen¬ 
tral Ave., Leavenworth. Kans. ,...„..E45 
Poetter, J. H. (NEO), 192 East St, 

Wadsworth, Ohio .. OMH03 

Polster, Joseph O. (MV), R, 1* Box 

599, Clayton, Mo. .. „_...OE21 

Pontius, Paul R-, D.D, (Pbg), 139 
N. Main St, Greensburg, Pa. ....TSUS16 
Poorman, John H, (D) (Phl)j 1505 
Race St, Philadelphia 3. F* 























































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Porszolt Ernest (E) (NllO), 1^1 K 

47th St. Ashtabula, Ohio ™*-****XO0 

Porter, Arlie T. (SI), Metropolis, Ill. ..,.46 
Poth* George M. <E> (MV), 2849 

Sulphur Ave*, St. Louis 9, Mo._0X0 1 

Powers, Donald I* (NEO), Cuyahoga 

Palis, Ohio .....——X41 

PrelJ, Paul F. (MV). 5266 Plover 

Ave., St. Louis 20, Mo...OE20 

Press, Ernst (RM), 610 Garfield St., 

Laramie, Wyo. ......OE35 

Press, Otto (D) (MV), 1724 Chou¬ 
teau Ave., St- Louts 3, Mo. ..QEOX 

Press, Paul, D*D* (MV), 1910 New- 

house Ave., St, Louis 7, Mo.„..OE9S 

Press, Paul P*. Jr. (KC), 156 N* 

Madison Ave., Wichita 7, Kans..E31 

Press, Samuel D*, D.D. (E) (MV), 

129 Bompart Ave., Webster Groves 

10, Mo. ......—QE9 6 

Press, Walter S. (MI), 1319 Lake 
Points, Grosse Pointe Park 30, 

Midi, __...---«.....OE32 

Price, W* Millier (Lan), 474 E* Main 

St., Annvllle, Pa. .***.*_.,*-.._**.*TS3G 

Pruessner, George E. (NI). 710 W. 

Central Rlvd*, Kewanee, 111.OE24 

Frugh, Charles H., Th.D. (D) 

(js WO), Heidelberg College, TUI in, 

Ohio ........... TJ. _OPS 2 

PuK Edward A, (SWO), 2334 E, 5th 

St., Layton 3, Onto .*.***--...—US39 

Pugh, Waiter C. <D) (NY), 256 

Myrtle Ave., Garwood, N. J. .....* ....TSl 3 
Puumiann, Ewaid F* (KC). Levasy, 

Mo.......... ...OE33 

Full Unarm. Prank P. (Sind), 1724 
Crawford St, Terre Haute, ind.OE14 


Quarder, Paul (E) (N), Norwood, 

Minn. ...._ .........OGL92 

tt 

Kaab, Henry S. (Lan), 2834 N. 2nd 

a t, Harrisburg, Pa* .**_.*~TS40 

Kaase, can J. (E) (KC), Rme 

fapnngs. Mo- ..OE9S 

Ra.cz, victor (Mag), 220 4 th St, 

Passaic* N* J ... HL28 

Radioif, H. W. (N), Eitsen, Minn* ,...OE22 
Kaezer, George li* (E) (tan), tiutz. 

pu. . TS05 

Raezer, John C* (Lan), 707 N. Lime 

St.. Lancaster, Pa* .. ..TS12 

Ragu£, M, s. von (MI), Manchester, 

Mien*... OJ308 

Rahmeier, Paul H* (MV), 6728 Scun- 
ian Ave., St Louis 0, Mo. ~**...**.****OE32 
Raim, A- D* (E) (Bind), Lamar, 

inu........,,.GE99 

Hahn, Alfred M, (Phi), 309 N* Main 

St, Souderton, Pa. **~. „.TS12 

Rahn, Clarence R* (Leh). Temple, 

Pa. .. TS23 

Rahn, Paul L. (EP), 305 E. 9th St, 

Northampton, Pa. . ™™**TS44 

Raiser, David R. (NWO), Box 517, 

Tiffin, Ohio . .....OMH02 

Ramaker, Samuel (NWOJ, 213 N. 
Pearl St*, Spencerville, Ohio ............X31 

Hammier, Clayton T. (SWO). 212 

Cushing Ave., Dayton 3, Ohio .MH43 

Ranck, Clayton H. (D) (Phi), 3601 

Locust St, Philadelphia 4, Fa. _TSG4 

Ranck, Henry H. p D.D. (E> (P), 313 
W* College Terrace, Frederick, Md* 

TS96 

Rapp, Eugene R, (N), Bertha, Minn* ..E45 
Rapp, Ott (N), R* R. 1. Minnesota 

Lake, Minn. OX14 

Rasche, August C„ D.D* (MV), Bay, 

Mo----**--GEO 7 

Rasche, Carl C* (MV), 2134a RusaeU 
Blvd., St LauU 4, Mo. *.**...E43 


Rasche, Paui A* (MIL 417 La Salle 

Ave*, South Bend 12, Ind*__J336 

Rasche, Richard F* (Sind), Shelby* 

ville, Ind. —.-____JBJ44 

Rasche, Theo* J* (SI), 107 Wabash 

Ave., Belleville, III ----—E39 

Rasche,Walter C* (Ch) (Sind), 530 
Walnut St, Mt Vernon, Ind* ******_ OE2 7 
Rath^ George (Neb), R* 2, Jansen^ ^ 

Rath, H, W/TsICsOQM liPsCNew 

Athens, IlL . OE24 

Hath* Wm. G* (SW), 2016 S* 24th St, 

Milwaukee 4, Wis. GE23 

Rathert, Kenneth €* (Sind), 3602 

Taylor BLvd*. Louisville 8 , Ky* _..E34 

Rathmann, Wm, F, (E) (NI), Bart¬ 
lett, IlL ......_**._*._*_*,..0X10 

Rauhenhoid. Irvin A* (Mer), 223 N, 

Hartley St, York, Pa. -TS17 

Reagie, John O., D,D, (EP), Mt. 

Bethel, Pa.. H00 

Robert* Chas* B* (E) (P), 45 W* 

King St, Littlestown, Pa*_.TSOO 

Hebert, G* Nevin, Ph*D. (D) (P), 

1005 Mutter Ave., Frederick, Md* ..TS13 
Rebman, Ralph L (MI), 116 EL 7th 

St, Mishawaka, Ind. .. ..._E36 

Hecht, Siegfried A* (NI), 2009 W. 

22nd FL, Chicago 8 , III.....OE32 

Redinbaugh, R. H. (I) (MI) .36 N* 

Union St, Battle Creek, Mich.-X20 

Reemsnyder, Bertwin E* (E) (MI), 

229 N. Cornell Circle. Ft Wayne 6 , 

Ind.****.. ,...„....H03 

Reese, John R (Fbg), 211 Spruce 

Ave., Sharon, Pa* ******. TS38 

Reichert, Herbert F* (NI), 1421 3. 

18th St* Maywood* 111* .....TS46 

Reichert, JuL (E) (KC). Blue 

Springs, Mo.—. OE96 

Reichert, Paul R* (N), Perham, Minn* 

OE25 

Keif, Walter F, (Sind), Union Theo* 
logical Seminary, 600 W. 122nd St, 

New York 27, N. Y....^.*^*.._**.**..*JE43 

Reifschneider, Henry (N), Hebron, 

N* Dak..-...QE22 

Re if snyder, M* S*. S*T,D* (P), R* 7* 

Westminster, Md* .. **TS26 

Relfsnyder, Waiter E*, Ph.D. (Phi), 

33u« N* Bouvier St, Pinladelphia 

40, Pa. *...~.TS24 

Reigie, Frank A* (SEO), 92 Fourth 

St, N*E* P Carrollton, Ohio . TS39 

Reiss. Arthur E. (Si), 26 N, 14th St, 

Belleville, IlL ..-..-.GB2S 

Reiter, Amos O., D.D* (Leh), 452 

Walnut St, Allentown, Pa* .TS97 

Reitser, Wm., Th*D* (RM), 307 Rem¬ 
ington St, Fort Collins, Colo.OMH23 

Reller, J* Otto (Sind), Cilice. 1166 S. 

Garvin St, Evansville 13, Ind* -OE12 

Renken, H. O. (Sind), 440 N* E* First 

St, Linton, Ind*.. E33 

Renoil. A* Calvin, Ph.D. (E) (Mer), 

519 York St, Hanover, Pa* .*-**..**...**H0D 
Renoil, Francis F. (Leh), 127 S. 15th 

St, Allentown, Pa* ...__*,.**..,.TS34 

Rents, A Fred (1) (Lan), 1023 W* 

New St, Lancaster, Fa. .—*.TSI 6 

Repke, Paul E* (B) (NI), 326 S. 

Park St, Kewanee, Ill.-*OE 88 

Reppert, Chas. H* (NW), It 1, Elk¬ 
hart Lake, Wis, .—.—OMH21 

Rest Friedrich O* (SWO), 409 Kenil¬ 
worth Ave*, Dayton 5, Ohio ..**E3i 

Rest. Heinrich F* J* (T), 1719 St 
Andrews St, New Orleans 13, La...QE36 
Rest Karl H* A (MI), 4538 Liver- 
nois Ave., Detroit 10, Mich* *..*..**019X02 
Rest, Wm* U, D*D* (NI). 7008 S. 

Michigan Ave*, Chicago 37, Ill. _*OE25 
Rettig, John H* (E) (SWO), 1145 N* 
Limestone St*, Springfield, Ohio *.*.OH9£ 
Rettig, Richard, D*IX (Sind), 4411 
Carrollton Ave*, Indianapolis 5, Ind. 

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Reynolds* Prank E. (Mer), Littles- 

town* Fa. ........TS40 

Rhoads* Thos* W. (R)* 140 Chestnut 

HU Shillington, Pa. . -TS24 

Rhodes, Clair V. (Sind), 1806 Rad- 

clifiEe Ave., Louisville 10, Ky. --,TS34 

Rico, Herbert L. I Phi)* 108 W, Chew 

SL, Philadelphia 20* Fa.TS42 

Rice, Linden H. (1) (Phi). 251 N. 

18th St„ Philadelphia 3, Pa. ....TS09 

Richards, George W„ D.D., LLD., 
TUD. (E) (Un) , 441 College Ave,* _ a 

Lancaster, Pa .. „.,„......,OT£90 

Richards, J. Stanley (SEQ), 644 42nd 

St., Bell a ire* Ohio ...,.C22 

Richter, Robert F. (KC), Ellin wood, 

Kans! ......_........GE2 2 

Rickard, Waller S, (HEO). 1256 E. 

74th SU Cleveland 3, Ohio ..OMH14 

RIeder, Henry G. (KC), Bill ingsvi lie. 

Mu. .. .......OE14 

Riedesel, Chas. H. (Neb)* R. 1, Nor¬ 
folk, Nebi...........OH97 

Riedesel, Maurice (M) (KC), Apar- 
* -- - - iro Sulk, Honduras, 


tado 17, San Pedro ! 
C. A* 


...E39 


Rieger, Joseph C. (E), 5323 B&ccich 

St., New Orleans 17, La. .......OE84 

Riemann, Wm. J. (Nl), Mokena, 111. 

OBI 3 

Riley, Fred (SWO), 328 Probasco 

Ave., Cincinnati 20, Ohio .....~43 

Rinderknecht, Herbert F. (SI), 

Brighton, RL ........,.,-B34 

Ring, Harry H. (Sind)* Elberfeld, 

lad. s..................... .E 3 7 

Ringe, Frederick W. (NIK 3342 Cal- 
wagner St, Franklin Park, Ill. 

OCTS31 

Ringer* Cad (KC), Box 7* Fairview, 

Kans. __...MH4G 

Rinne, A. F. (Neb), Box 112, Sehles- 

wig, Iowa .. OE27 

Riske, Edwin F* (Sind), 7th & Taylor 

Ave., Cannelton, Incl.-—.E35 

Kissinger, Unas. M. (Lan), Fred e r- 

IckiOurg, Pa. _...OTSll 

Riasmger* Thomas F. (Sus), Go wen 

City, Pa.—......TS42 

RLttenhouse, Wm. C. (E) (CP), 707 

Market St., Williamsport, Pa. .TSQ5 

Riuer, Herman S. (T), 28 Beverly 

Gardens, New Orleans 20, La. .E32 

Robb, George A. (NEUJ, 2616 E. 127 

St., Cleveland 2U, unio . TS42 

Robb, How aid A. (Pbgj, Export, 

Roberts, Norman S. (la), Lowden, 

Iowa____________E 4 4 

Robinson, Albert C. (Met), 344 Pa¬ 
cific Ave., York, Pa. ........41 

Robinson, Edw. J. (P), Cavetown, 

Md. ..-....X40 

Robinson, Gordon B. (Nl), 504 W. 

Front SL, Bloomington, Hi. ,«..-GMH38 
Rocket, Chas. I)., D.D, (Phi), 536 

Chew SC, Philadelphia 20, Pa, ..TS19 

•Rockwell, F, E- (61). Tamms, Ill. .X 

Rockwell, Lee W. (G) (Nl), 3730 N. 

California Ave., Chicago, Ill......E40 

Rodei, Edward D, (N), R. 1* La 

Points, Wis. _. MH42 

Rodenbeck, Frederick U (SW), 449 
N. Harrison SU Fort Washington. 

Wis.. OE14 

Rodenberger, Chas. D. (Mer), 16 W. 

Pomfret St.* Carlisle, Pa. 

Roeek, Carl T, (NWO), 946 Prouty 

Ave., Toledo 9, Ohio .OMH16 

Roedder* Garlet A. (MV), Warren ton, 

Mo. . .E30 

Rohlflng, C. H. (MV), 415 S. 5th St. 

St. Charles, Mo. ..OE30 

Rohrbaugh, Archie C. (Mer), New 

Oxford. Fa. . .TS34 

Rohrbaugh, Leander J. (E) (NEO), 

1116 16tb Ave. N., Seattle 2, Wash. 

U9T 


Rohrbaugh, Paul E. (NEO), 864 R. 

212th St., Euclid 19, Ohio .._...TS48 

Rohrbaugh, Scott V. (E) (SEQ), 138 
Harrison Ave., S, W-, Canton, Ohio 

H94 

Rolf, Frederick J. (la), 1110 12th SU ^ 

Rock Island, 111..—....QE06 

Rornanowski* Bruno H. (Neb), Hart¬ 
ley, Iowa ........E40 

Ronicke, G. F. (NW). 350 Oak St., 

Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. ..„.„.,..„..E37 

Roschy, Robert W. (Lan), 721 Mari¬ 
etta Ave.* Lancaster, Pa..TS34 

Rosen au* J, (E) (N), 2538 Johnson 
St., N.E., Minneapolis 13, Minn. 

OMH97 

Rosenau, Julius C. (NW), 535 Third 

Ave, Wausau, Wis.-.GMH25 

Rosenberger, Frank A. (Mer), 135 N. 

Grant St.* Waynesboro, Pa. ....„«,*..,TS29 
Roth, Chas, E., LUt.D., D-D, (R), 

1362 Perkiomen Ave., Reading, Pa. 

TS05 

Roth. Emil (la). R. 1, New Albin* 

Iowa . ..OE20 

Roth, Geo. U. D.D, (Pbg), 214 W. 

Union SU Somerset, Pa......TS11 

Roth, Jacob (E) (RM), 439 Judson 

St., Longmont* Colo.GCT511 

Roth, K. A. (1) (Nl), 15 College 

Campus* Lake Forest, III,...OE12 

Roth, Marshy J„ D.D. (E) (Mer), 

401 E. Middle SU Hanover, Pa. -.U93 

Rothermel* A- C., Ph.D. (L) (I) 

(Leh)* Kutztown, Fa, ......._02 

Rothermet, Jeremiah R. (R), 1520 

Palm St* Reading, Pa. ..—..TS15 

Rowe, Walter W„ D.D, (So), Lenoir, 

N. C.. .U02 

Royer, John S. (Mer), Spring Grove, 

Pa, _......___ 

Royer, Solomon I. (E> (NWO), 189 

Union St„ Tiffin, Ohio _ .H00 

Rubright, Richard W, (Mer), Marys¬ 
ville. Pa. t ....„....TS46 

Rudisill, Irvin L. (Lan), R. D. 1, 

Richland. Pa. ..TS36 

Rueggeberg. Frederick C. (RM), 840 
Sherman St, Denver 3, Colo. ........QE18 

Ruehlman. Adolph (E) (NW), 61S 

Smith SU Plymouth, Wis. ...^.....OMH02 

Ruf, Frank B. (G) IMU, Y.M.C.A., 

131 ML Clemens SL, Pontiac, Mich- 

CIO 

Ruht. John G. (D) (MV), Emmaus 

Home, Marthasville, Mo. .OE27 

Ruhl, William H. (PNW), 6021 S. E. 

87th Ave., Portland 6, Oregon ....GE85 

Rumpf* Oscar J, (D) (Phi), Schaff 
Bldg., 1505 Race St, Philadelphia 
2 Pa B33 

Run k el," Samu el il ( E j ” (S WO K R. 1 * 

Marietta, Ohio .. H83 

Runkle, James M-, D.D.* Ph.D, (E> 
(^CP), 715 First Ave., Williamsport^^ 

R u p 1 eyri^ederick'X7 C ' 20 

Oak SL. Lew Is town. Pa. ............ ...-TS9 2 

Rupnow* F. H., D.D. (MI), 319 W. 

Genesee SL* Lansing 15. Mich. -QMHXO 
Rupp, Jacob G., D.D. (E) <Leh), 

1611 Turner St„ Allentown, Pa.-.TS96 
Rupp, Paul B., D.D. (Ch) (Pbg), 
Hdqtrs., Army Service Forces, 

Camp Hood, Texas .. .....TS08 

Rupp. William J, (Leh)* R. 1, 

Quakertown. Pa...TS86 

Ruth, Frank W. (R), BernvIlLe* Pa, 

OC18 

Ruth, Victor A. (Pbg), 306 8th SL, 
Ehvood City, Pa. TS19 

Ruth, Victor Adam (Leh>* 2106 Wal- 
bert Ave., Allentown, Fa, __,*....US22 


Sabbert, Wm, H. (KC). 232 W* 9th 

St., Junction City, Kans...OE21 

Saenger, Carl L. (C), £012 5th Ave., 
Sacramento 14, Calif. ---..OB05 


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Saeuberlich, Arthur (B) (MV), R. 1, 

Augusta, Mo___—..6E0S 

Saewart, Otto J. P. (NW), S22 Divi¬ 
sion St., Plymouth, Wis.-OMHOS 

Saleste, Paul H„ Ph.B. (NWO), Box 

180, Mansfield, Ohio -OE16 

Samson, Maurice, D.D. (E) (Phi), 

5030 N. 12th St., Philadelphia 41. 

Pa___ „..OU97 

Sander, Herman J. (I) <NI), 8 E. 

Elm St, Chicago. Ill.„...,OE31 

Sanders, John C- (Mer), Marlon, Pa. 

TS08 

Sando, John H* (Mer), 753 W* Lo¬ 
cust St* York. Pa. TS34 

Sand rock, Alfred G* fMer), 119 W* 

Main St.* New Bloomfield* Pa. ..TS45 

Sandt, Lloyd J. (Phi), R. 1* Spring 

City, Pa. ....... -I-.. .TS38 

Sathmary* Bertram J. (Mag), 1306 

Jackson St., Gary. Ind.BL27 

Satory, August W. (E) (Iaj, 306 

Pa lean St., Keokuk* Iowa ... QE05 

Souerwetn, C. W. H. (PNW), 1421 
S. W. 12th Ave*, Portland t. Oregon 

OMHP14 

Saylor* Philip E. <P). Middletown* 

Md. ....*J...............TS3 6 

Sayres, Alfred N,* D.D* (D) (Lan), 

523 W, James St, Lancaster, Pa* 

USTS1S 

Schaaf, J. C* (E) (NEO), U New¬ 
port Drive. Youngstown. Ohio_.TI84 

Schacht* Walter L. (Pbg), Trout- 

ville, Pa, . .TS43 

Schaefer, C. T. CP)* 3123 Shannon 

Dr*, Baltimore 13. Md. ...OEltt 

Schaefer, Franklin W* (MV)* 1511 E. 

College Ave., SL Louis 7, Mo.OB19 

Schaeffer, Chas. E.* D,D., S.T.D. (E) 
{Phi), 1505 Race St* Philadelphia 

2, Pa* . OTS92 

Schaeffer* Daniel B. (Leh), 1224 N* 

ISth SL, Allentown, Pa...TS93 

Schaeffer, Henry A. W* (P), 6915 
York Rd*, Stoneleigh, Baltimore 12, 

Md. ,***.**.„TS39 

Schaeffer, Marlin T* (Mer), H. 7* 
York, Pa* ..*....*...*...TS 4 5 

Schaeffer, Oliver F* (E) (Sub), 126 
E. 5th St., Berwick* Pa, *.......***.**- OTS89 

Schaeffer, Paul G. (NI), 712 Sibley 

SL, Hammond. Ind, OE24 

SchaeffeT* Royce E, (Leh > * 212 N. 4 th 

SL. Emmaus, Pa..........TS35 

Schairbaum, Harry G. (SBO), 208 E* 

Oxford St*, Alliance. Ohio ..E35 

Schalow B- E* <RM>* 2645 W. 43rd 

Ave., Denver 11, Colo...,.~.* w .__OX18 

Schauer* John W„, Sr. (P), R. 16. 
Golden Ring Rd., Baltimore 21, Md. 

OE16 

Schauer* John W*. Jr* (Ch) (P), R. 

16, Baltimore 21, Md... TS43 

Scheer, Walter A. (MV), 4441 Red 

Bud Ave*, SL Louis 15, Mo. ........El 9 

Scheetz, J. Edwin (CP), N* Spring 

SL. Everett, Fa. .. ...OTSOQ 

Scheib* John (NW), 218 Sixth St** 

Ka uk a un a, W la... ...... .._..* *...OMH 2 7 

Scheib, Otto J. (NW), 310 E. Doty 
Ave.. Neenah, Wis. ...........8 

Schcible* Albert G. (B) (NEO), R. 1, 

Box 220. Chardon, Ohio *...*...3 9 

Scheirer. Paul C. (Lan), 654 N* 2nd 

St.. Lykens* Pa. .........**..,.TS25 

Sell alien be rger. Nevin E* (EP), 727 
North SL, East Mauch Chunk, Pa. 

TS45 

Schellhasc, Adam B.* D.D* (EP), 656 

Main SL* Heliertown, Pa.....**..,*.021 

Schemmer. Alfred F* (la), 1019 S* 

14 th SL, Burlington. Iowa ..,.OEl 2 

Scherer, Adam J* (T), 1012 City Park 

Ave., New Orleans 19. La, ..**....OE24 

Scherry. Albert L, (SWO), 17 W* 
Church SL, Xenia, Ohio .......~.....OMHl 6 

Scherry* Otto H* (NWO), R* 3* New 
Bavaria, Ohio *...«****-....*.*OMHl2 


Scherry, Walter E. (Sind), Box 62. 

Poland* Ind. _ OMH29 

Seherzer, Carl J. (D) (Sind), 800 S, 

Harlan SL, Evansville 14* Ind.OE23 

Schick, Herman J„ S.T*D. (E) (NT), 

8424 Inglesfde Ave*, Chicago 19* HL 
„ * OE00 

Schick, S. G. (N), 2307 £4th Ave*, 
North, Minneapolis 11, Minn* ...OMcCl4 
Schiedt, Richard C. F„ Ph.D., Sc.D* 

(E) (Lan). 1043 Wheatland Ave., 

La ncaster, Pa.......QTS 8 9 

Schieler, A* Ll (Neb), Calumet, Iowa 

OMH21 

Schieler, Egon EL (NW), 835 Scott 

^ SL, Ripon, Wis* . OE31 

Schiffman* Med (WNY), 36 Erie 

Ave., Go wan da, N. Y.„...*.E33 

Schild* Peter (N), R.D., Norwood, 

Minn, ....................GMH0 9 

Schildknccht, Theophllue (E) (SW), 

1734 W* Highland Ave*, Wlwaukei 

„ Wis* ......._...*...OMH93 

Schlamp* John (la), Marengo* Iowa 

OMH3 3 

Schlater, Francis C* (I) (NY)* Ber¬ 
nard ston, Mass* ....**..027 

Schlegel. F. Nelson (P), 1409 Dela- 
held Place* N*W,, Washington 11. 

_ D. C........ 

Schler* George <KC)* Marshall, Okla* 

E44 

Schlicher. Donald W. (CP), Rebers- 

burg. Pa.....TS41 

Sehlingman, Edward U (D> (Phi)* 
Schaff Bldg., 1505 Race SL, Phlla- 

delphia 2* Pa ..... . ...—__TS85 

Schllnkmann, Daniel (Sind), 435 

First SL, Henderson, Ky...*.OE25 

Sold i nkmann* Frederick fC), Box 612* 


Schluer, Ralph B* (SWO), 239 Cald- 

well St.* Chflllcothe* Ohio ....E35 

Schlueter, Paul J. (Sind)* 4611 South¬ 
ern Pkwy., Louisville 8, Ky.....E35 

Schlundt. Tbeo. (SWO), R. 2* Wa- 
verlv, Ohio „ OE97 

Schlundt, Theodore S„ Jr* (Sind), 
Office* 637 E* Market SL* Louisville 

„ Ky.........E23 

Schmahi, Carl G* (NW), R. 1. Cleve- 

land Wis — . ........._QMH34 

Sch male, Theo. R., D.D* (Ml), 432 S, 

4 th Ave*, Ann Arbor, Mich. GEO 6 

Schmeuszer* Albert H-* D.D. f SW) 
Deaconess Hospital, 1321 W. Madi¬ 
son Ave.* Milwaukee 3, Wis.OMH27 

Schmid, A, George (NW), R. 1, She¬ 
boygan Falla, Wls... OMH10 

Schmid, Calvin A* (MI), 356 W. Wa¬ 
ter SL. Berne, Ind. ....OMH14 

Schmid, Herman G. (NW), 435 Smith 

SL* Plymouth, Wis. .......** OMH09 

Schmidt* Carl H. (KC), Wathena* 

Ka n s.******........ E3 0 

Schmidt, Christian E. (NI)* 205 

Evergreen Ave., Elmhurst, Ill- OEIO 
Schmidt C. Ralph (NWO), 220 E, 

Rice SL, Elmore, Ohio —.. OE20 

Schmidt* Clarence L, (NW)* R. 3* 

Plymouth* Wis. .OMH30 

Schmidt. Ferdinand C* (NI), B. R, 2, 

Lena, Ill. .........................OE12 

Schmidt, Henry, D.D, (E) (NEO)* 

199S Torbeneon Drive* Cleveland* 

Ohio . OUS95 

Schmidt, John L. (NWO), 429 W, 

High SL, St. Marys, Ohio .....B30 

Schmidt* Michael R. (R), McKeane- 

burg. Pa. T537 

Schmidt, Paul L. (MV), 5806 Julian 

Ave., SL Louis 12, Mo..**.**.OEl7 

Schmidt, Paul W. (SEO), 239 S> 

Grant SL, Wooster, Ohio _ „...OD24 

Schmidt, W. Jos* (NI), La MolIZe, 

Hi *. *..0X25 


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Sehmiechen, Kurt J. (MV). 7348 W. 
Florissant Ave*, St* Louis County 

20, Mo. _**.*___OE38 

Schmlechen* Relnhold (E) (MV). 

5929 Pennsylvania Ave. t St. Louis 

11, Mo. ...........0CTSOO 

Schmiechen.Samuel J. (NI). 2435 N. 

Bernard St*. Chicago 47. if]..OB32 

Schmiechen, Siegfried A, (MV), Ches¬ 
terfield, Mo. .******lL**.*OMHS7 

Schmitt* Chas, H, (Sind). 1895 
Princeton Drive, Louisville 5, Ky. ..X24 
Schmitt, Jacob {NT), 612 E* 141st 
St., Bronx, New York 54, X. Y, ..GBL93 
Schmitt, Myron F* (SI) r Lenzburg, 

Ill* .*.............E45 

Schmitz, Richard P. (Ch) (NW), 

1206 S. 13th St. Manitowoc, Wis. 

M1I44 

Schmoycr, Paul R (Leh), 482 W. 

Walnut St*. Kutztown, Pa...,TS32 

Sehmuck* Francis J, (NEC). 473 

Hammel St.* Akron 6* Ohio .OMH17 

Schnake, Alfred G. (WOT), 26 Na¬ 
varre Rd., Rochester 5, N. Y. OE23 

Schnake, Paul C. (SWO), 6126 Ridge 
Ave., Pleasant Ridge, Cincinnati 13, 

Ohio .............OBI 2 

Schnake, Paul M, (MV), 1823 Hick¬ 
ory St., St. Louis, Mo.......E45 

Schnakenberg, John W. (RM), Llngle, 

Wyo. - TS46 

Schnathorat, Fred W. (Ia), Denver, 

Iowa ......El 6 

Schnatz. Arthur P„D.D„(SWO), Box 

327, R* R, 4. Xenia* Ohio .C13 

Schnatz. Herman E. (E) (NY), 433 
W. 21st St., New York 11, N- Y* 

_ , „ OBLUS94 

Schneck, Hanger L* (Leh), R. D. 3, 

Box 963, Hamburg, Pa* ........TS39 

Schneider* Arthur J* (NIL 101 Elm- 
ridge Place, Creve Coeur* 11L .-*..,,OE20 
Schneider, Carl E., Ph.D. <D) (MV), 
c/o World Council of Churches, 17 
Route de Malagnou* Geneva, Swit- 

serland ...........OEl 2 

Schneider, E. K. (Ia), Donnellson, 

Iowa ..........E3 0 

Schneider, John B* (NI)* 9987 Throop 
St, Washington Hgts.* Chicago 43* 

Ill* .......OE22 

Schneider, Karl L. (E) (MV)* 6306 
Clayton Kd*, Apt* 104, Richmond 

Heights, Mo. .....OEM 

Schnorr, M. Edward (Sus), 115 E. 

3rd St*, Bloomsburg. Pa...... ,TS42 

Schnuck. Louis B. (Sind), R. 1, Hol¬ 
land. Ind.......*,**.... ..X3 7 

Schoen, Albert A. (E) (MI), 7923 

J *F' St*. Dexter, Mich. **......OB93 

Schoen, Victor H, (SWO). 1340 Par¬ 
rish Ave., Hamilton, Ohio ....*„**... ...E4 4 
Schoenhaar, Max* Th.D. (RM), 300 

12th St* Greeley, Colo* ....0X22 

Sphoepde, Marcus P. (SWO)* North 

Hampton, Ohio ....OMH05 

Schoettle. H* J* (KC), Mayview. Mo, 

QE08 

Scholey* Clifford G* (Sind). R. 1* 

Centerpolnt, Ind. ...*..*jg46 

Scholl* Frank C* (SWO)* 220 E. 38th 

St. Covington, Ky. . OE1S 

Scholze, Wm. E. (T), Needville* 

Texas .. OE25 

Schoppe, Paul E. (KC), 103 N. Oak 

St*. California, Mo. .. OE17 

Schory, Chas* H. (I) (SEO). 437 
27th St*, N, W*, Massillon. R_ D. X* 

Ohio . ...C25 

Schowe, Herbert H. (T), 4310 Center 

St* Houston 7* Texas .........J..... OE2S 

Schriefer, Wallace A. (Sind), Buck- 

skin, Tnd. E46 

Schroedel, Martin P. (ST)* 307 E. 

Jackson St„ Pinckneyvillo, III, _*.**.OE23 
Schroedel, Otto W. (PNW), Quincy, 

Wash, ......... QE35 

Schroedel, Reinhold M* (la), 43o S. 

9 th St, Quincy, Ill.OE3 4 


Schroeder* Alfred F. (Cj* S14 68th n 

St* Oakland 9* Calif.„......™........,OE2S 

Schroeder* Frederick W,, D.D* (D) 
(MV). 475 E* Lockwood Ave., Web¬ 
ster Groves 19, Mo....***«*«*..-OBIS 

Schroeder, Paul M*, D-D* (WNYL 
230 Franklin St, Rochester 4, N. Y. 

OE12 

Schroer, Orville H* (la)* 110 W, 8th 

St., Tipton, Iowa ......*.*.*.**...MH43 

Schroer, Reuben J, (NEO), 528 More* 

ley Ave.* Akron 2, Ohio..*.**.OF28 

Schroer! uke* Henry P* (C), 9025 

Cynthia St** West Hollywood 46, 

Calif* . B45 

Schroerluke. O* P. (T). 205 N. Del- 

mar St, Houston 11, Texas .OE13 

Sehrupp, Carl P. (NIL R. F. D„ 

Peotone, III......***.2 

Schuch, John N* (E) MV)* 5904 
Staley Ave*, St. Louis 23. Mo. .,OEHS0l 
Schucker* Morris G* (I) (Pbg), 1306 
Lancaster Ave.* Swiss vale Sta*. 

Pittsburgh* Pa, _*.******.OTS07 

Schueler, F. D. (E) (C), 4S4 Hart^ 

ford St, Los Angeles 13, Calif. ..OEOfl 

Schuessler* Hy, G. <SInd>* 119 N* 

6th St, Boonville, Ind* .OE2S 

Schuette, George A* (SI)* R- 2. 

Arthur, Ill* ... 7 .. E42 

Schuler. A. H. (Leh)* 135 N. 15th St, 

Allentown, Pa* ...*........*..X09 

Schultz, Arnold H. <SW>* 2956 N. 

53 rd St„ Milwaukee 10, Wis* ..OE27 

Schultz, Carl H* (MI), 33428 Oakland 

Rd.. Farmington, Mich...E36 

Schultz, George A- (NI), c/o Mr* Max 

Schultz* R. 3, Geneseo, III. _.GE12 

Schultz. Harold P, (D) (MV)* 3402 
Longfellow Blvd., St. Louis, Mo. *...E31 
Schultz, H* F* W. (WNY), 633 Main 
St Ebenezer* N* Y. —,„.* * , 

Schultz, John H. (NI), 330 7th St* 

Lincoln, Ill. ...........OE21 

Schultz, Norbert C. (KC)* New 

FrankI in, Mo. ......... * ....Q E 2 2 

Schultz* Norman II* (Sind), 2117 Na¬ 
poleon St*. Indianapolis! 3, Tnd, *.. 0X35 
Schultz* William A* fSW), 1421 W* 
Madison St, Milwaukee 4* Wis* 

OMH43 

Schultz, Wm. G* (NW), R. 1. Elk¬ 
hart Lake, Wis....... ..........OE13 

Schulz* Austin F- (KC)* R* 1* James¬ 
town. Mo. ........OE12 

Schulz* Harold A. (Ia), Manly, Iotva 

E45 

Schulz, Jerome C. (SWO), 2307 Lin¬ 
den Ave., Middletown, Ohio J 

Schulz, Paul H. <E) (SI), Waterloo, 

Til.-......OE0f> 

Schulz, Wm. K* (KC)* Hesston, 

Kti ns. ......... **.„.. „. OE 0 8 

Schulze. Otto (SW), 14S9 S. 84 th 

St* West Allis* Wis, -...OE04 

Schumacher. Thco* F. (Sind)* 208 W, 

4th St*. Huntingburg, Ind. .....OElTi 

Schumann* Wilhelm (RM). New¬ 
castle, Colo* . OEOf 

Schwantes, Charles W* (D) fPhi), 
Schaff Bldg*, 1505 Race St, Phila¬ 
delphia 2, Pa. __....*E33 

Schwarze. Robert E* (NI), R* 1, Box 

7. Davis, Til* ....*„.OEl 8 

Schweickbardt, I,. (T>* 1329 S. Car¬ 
rollton Ave*, New Orleans 18, La. 

OE02 

Schweickhart* William J. (SI)* 1331 

Fairfax St, Carlyle, Ill. B34 

Schu-einfurth. Fred C. (D) (NEO)* 

2369 W. 25th St* Cleveland 13, 

Ohio .. OE17 

Schwemmer, Wm. G* (SW), Kewas- 

kum* Wis. *******.*_OE23 

Sch wen gel, E. H. (T), R. 2. Marion. 

Texas .„.*.*....**.*...**.* . .-...*****...-OE 2 5 

Sechler, Nathan W. (E) (Mcr), 704 
W. Princess St, York, Pa.OU90 


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Seibert, Everett W* (1) <NEG), 

Litchfield, Ohio ......C3S 

3eIdler, John R, <NW), 2342 State 

St, New Holstein, Wia......OMH33 

Setpfcc, Wm. G„ Fh.D. (I) (Lehh 
Gr&enway, Apt. 102^ lift 34th SU 

S, E., Washington, D. C, ........TSOo 

Seitz, jfrederick C. f b.D* (E) (Leh), 

Cl 6 N. 20th St.. Allentown, Pa.TS98 

Seitz, John A. (E) (SEO). G6 W. Ox¬ 
ford St.. Alliance, Ohio.HSi' 

Selwell, Porter W. (Mer), 122 E- 

Orange St, Shippensburg* Pa..TS38 

Seldomridge* Amos 1* (On) (Lan), 

New Holland, Pa. .......TS44 

Sellers, David A. (NWO), R, 3* Belle¬ 
vue. Ohio —......-.XI5 

Selmikeit, Arthur F. (MI), 115 W. 

Pine St., Albion, Mich. .........OE18 

Seltzer. Wm. Van Heed <I) (Mer). 

Colonial Hotel. York, Pa. ....TS29 

Senne, Henry ft. (NX), 1801 Vln- 
cennea Ave., Chicago Heights, HI. 

OMcCZl 

Sennewald, Arthur E. (WNY), 79 

Elm St-, Hornell, N. T, ....MH41 

Sennewald, Gerhard C. (MI). 15739 

Prest St, Detroit 27, Mich. .E36 

Sennewald, Max R* (D) (WNY), R, 

R, 5. St a. A, Buffalo, N* T, ..OEUT 

Sensenig, E, Elmer (Leh), 399 E. 

Hamilton St. t Allentown, Pa, -TS12 

Sensenlg, Oliver H. (E) (bP), Alex¬ 
andria, Fa. . .,,..,49 

Settlage* Frank (SW) f Prairie du 

Sac, Wis. OMH34 

Settlage, Henry G. <SW) t R. D. 4, 

Waukesha* Wis.™„..OMH03 

Settlage, Herman E. (Sind), Belvl- 

de re* Tenn......OMH2 3 

Seybold, G. E. (Neb), 2201 Deer Park 

BlvcL, Omaha 9, Nebr. . B24 

Seybold. M. D. (Neb), 2015 11th St, 

Columbus, Nebr. .OE17 

Seybold, Then. C„ D.D. (M) (KG), 

Raipur, C* F„ India___,„.„„...E13 

Seyfert, Warren H. (MTV), Chamois, 

Mo. ........MH46 

Shafer, Floyd R, (EP), Tat&my, Pa. 

TS10 

Shafer, Fred'k W, (EP), 325 Center 

St. feaston. Pa... ..TS35 

Shaffer, Chas, D. (I) (P), Frederick. 

Md... UULS .......TS96 

Shaffer, Richard E, (Her), Hellam, 

Pa TS3T 

Staffer ( WmrRr( Plii), 7253 Ogont z 

Ave*, Philadelphia 33, Fa. .. .C2C 

Sheeder, Franklin I., Jr„ D.D. (D) 
(Phi), 702 Main St, CollegevUle, 

Pa, . ...C2« 

Sheely, Howard E, (Mer), 112 Tork 

St, Hanover, Pa..C26 

Shellenberger* J, Monroe (EP), Tan- 

nersville, Pa. . TS06 

Shelley, Herman S. (I) (lja.nl, 646 
W. Chestnut St, Ltmcaster, Pa. ......U0G 

Shenberger, Albert E, (P), Silver 
Run. Westminster, R. D. No. 1, Md. 

TS40 

Shepley* James R. (Phi), 193 Green 

St, Sellersville. Pa._..T515 

Sherman, Willard (Neb), Thedford. 

Nebr. ...... O MH3 8 

She tier, John C. (EP), 1384 Main St., 

Hellertown, Pa. .. TS45 

Shiffer. Horace A. (Sus), 119 Wyom¬ 
ing St, Wilkes-Barre. Pa....TS10 

Shlmler, Donald H. (SWO), 32 E. 
South St, West Alexandria, Ohio 

MH4S 

Shinn, Henderson L. V., D.D. (WO), 

2815 Fulton St, Toledo 10, Ohio ....Cl 5 
Shoffner* H. Grady (SWO), 115 N. 

4th St* Miamlsburg, Ohle.....C29 

Shoffner. Kendall E. (SEO), Box 33. 

Robertsville, Ohio ........._...............TS34 

Shoffner, Terrell M, (So), Faith, N. 

C. ......,.TS39 


Shollenbergen Norman W, (Lanj* R_ 

1, Willow St., Pa. ..TSS7 

Shontz* Raymond A, tiler), 16 New 

St, New Holland, Pa. ._TS32 

Shope, John H. (Pbg), 801 Stanton 
A ve.. Mill vale, Pittsburgh 9, Pa. ..TSS* 
dime. Harvey S, (P), 6417 Windsor 

Mill Road, Baltimore 7* Md...TS30 

Shu Its, Frank A., D.D. (G) (KC), 223 

E. Clark St, Brookfield, Mo.HY07 

Shults, George A. (Phi), 4923 N. 13th 

St, Philadelphia 41* Pa, ..TS36 

Shumaker, Paul C. (Pbg), 14 Penn 

Ave., Greenville, Pa, ......TS35 

Shuman, Albert C-, D.D. (Ej (NWO), 

SO N, Sandusky St* Tiffin, Ohio —. ,H96 
Shupe, C. Geo. fPbg), 104 E. Green 

St., Connelsville, Pa. ...,. ++ .-.^TS05 

Sickbert, Donald W. (C>, Casa 

Grande, Ariz t .. K46 

Siebert, Warner H, (WNY), 520 Bo¬ 
ston Ave., Syracuse 6, N. Y, . ........OE27 

Siegel, Wm, H. (Sus), TurbotvBle, 

Pa...:...TS39 

Siegenthaler, Gottlieb (P). 2221 Ken¬ 
tucky Ave., Baltimore 13, Md.OE12 

Siegle, John G. (N), Eyota, Minn. 

OMH33 

•Siegner, Herbert D. (WNY), 66 Do- 

eust SL Lockpoi t. N. Y. ---....UL 

Slemere, William F, (SW), Darling¬ 
ton, Wie.. MH45 

Siemson, Alvin H* (MI), Saline, Mich. 

E33 

Sleveking, Geu. H. (E) 378 

Lookout Dr., St Ixiuis 15. Mo. ....OE96 
Stgriat, I.eander A, (SEO). West 

Salem, Ohio ............................._,... ,H04 

Siivius, Urlaa O., D,I>. (E) (Phi), 

817 E, Kerper St, Philadelphia II, 

Pa. . OMH90 

Simon, William F, A. (MI), 420 

Chestnut St. Wyandotte. Mich .OE20 

Simon, Wm. K Ph.D. (MV), Ills 

Victor St„ St r»ula 4, Mo.OE96 

Singer, Jacob M. (Sue), Herndon, 

Pa. TS41 

Singley. Deweea F. (Phi), 1540 Win- 
gohocklng St. Philadelphia 10, Pa...Cl 8 
Sinning, Edward C. (I) (SWO), 329 
Ell and Circle. Cincinnati, Ohio ..-CTS19 
Sipple, Simon, D.D. (Deh), 41 N. 8th 

St, Allentown, Pa.. OTS03 

Shier/Clarence E. (SI). 1035 S< New 

Jersey St, Indianapolis 2, Ind.,...C8^ 

Slagle, Calvin S-. D.D, (E> (P). 2610 

Shirley Ave., Baltimore, Md, ..TS8J 

S lifer, Franklin D. (Lfih), 36 E, 

Smith St, Topton. Pa. TS26 

Slifer. Morris D.. Th.D. (R), 1318 N. 

13th St, Reading, Pa, . TS29 

Slinghoff, Paul T. (R), 216 W. Green¬ 
wich St, Reading, Pa, .. .C30 

Slough, Wm. C. (T) (R), WomeU- 

dorf. Pa... TS02 

Smelt^er, John F. (Dan), Jonestown, 

Fa. OTS34 

Smith, Carl T. (WNY), 520 Clay St. 

Rochester 13* N. Y. .. 

Smith* Carl W, (Sua), Watsontown. 

Pa... „„.„„..TS32 

Smith, Clark S. ^Mer)* 1555 


Market St., York* 


..TS36 


Smith, George A. (Phi). Fort Wash¬ 
ington, Fa, .. ,.._,., T ,TS40 

Smith* Geo, M, (Phi)* 1338 Ritner 

SL, Philadelphia 48, Pa, . ,„.U06 

Smith, Henry N. (SEO), Box 501, 

Mineral City, Ohio . .OTSOfl 

Smith, Nevin E. (Mer), £10 Broad¬ 
way, Hanover, Pa.-.„_,„.,TS3l 

Smith* Perry L. (CP), 5t N* 3rd St, 

Eewisburg, Pa. 1 

s™ith, Sidney S* (EP), 1817 Lincoln 

Ave., Northampton* Pa. ..TS23 

Smith, Warren G. (SWO). Aurora, 

ind... ...E45 

Snead .Paul B, (Lan), 140 E. Main 
St, 'Ephrata, Pa..._..TS4S 


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Sttl-ytr 


Snitker. Harold J. (WNY), 125 Boat 

St, Buffalo 11, N. Y* ..OMH23 

Snodgrass, Stuart C. (CP), 150T I2th 

Aye*, Altoona, Pa.......TS41 

Snyder, Claude J,, D*D* (D) (SX), 

1720 Chouteau Ave„ St* Louis 3* 

Mo........*.CIS 

Snyder, Geo. R* (M) (F), Yuanling, 

Hunan, China ...***..*.CIO 

Snyder, Herman C* (Pbg), Berlin, 

Pa. .. TS84 

Snyder, Herman G. (CP), Freeburg, 

Pa. . .....T51S 

Snyder. Phaon W. (E) (SEO), 608 
Gasche St, Wooster, Ohio ........*...*...US6 

Snyder, R. Wendell (Lan), 236 Cherry 

St., Columbia, Pa. .........- TS42 

Snyder, Roy C. (Mer), 237 W, Main 

St., £>al!astown, Pa. _TS44 

Soell, Emanuel J. (MI), 1013 7th St, 

Port Huron, Mich...OE14 

Solllnger, Merle F, (F), Lewlstown, 

Md...**,.„***:.!.-..TS45 

Solly, William H. (R>, P.O. Box 203, 

Boyertown, Pa, . TS39 

Somers, K Irvin (Ch) (So), Burling- 

ton, k. C. -TS45 

Sommerlatte, John (NBO)* 1422 Rose¬ 
wood Aye,, Lakewood. Cleveland 7. 

Ohio «........***.OMH01 

Sommers, John A, (I) (MY), 204 E. 

Big Bend Rd., Webster Groves, Mo. 

OB32 

Sonnebom* Geo, (SWO), 621 Forest 

Ave., Dayton 5, Ohio . ***1382 

Spathelf, Eugene H. (D) (MI), 12755 

Kentucky Aye. f Detroit 4, Mich.OEtf3 

Specht, Herman (MV), c/o Mrs. H. 
Lange, Earl Apt., 4000 De Tonty 

St., St, Louis 10, Mo....OE94 

Sperry, Gordon H. (P), 48 Broadway. 

Hagerstown, Md...***...TS4B 

Spessard, K* Otis, Ph-D, (E) (Lan), 

Annville, Pa. __..___.TS94 

Spindler, Edward H. (G) (MI), 45 
W. Mohawk St, Buffalo 2, N* Y* ....E37 
Spink, Harry N. (Phi), 2111 S, 21st 

St, Philadelphia 45. Fa. .....X0S 

Spotts, Chas. D. (D) (Lan), Smoke- 

town, Pa, .........TS25 

Spotta, Geo, W. (Phi), Telford, Pa. 

TS0 4 

Sprenger, Conrad N. (Sind), R* 1, 

Box 144, Browns, Ill* .OE02 

Sprunger, Meredith J, (Sind), Mul¬ 
berry, Ind* .... OMH32 

Stacy Alvin (L) (N¥), Black River 

Falls, Wls. .„ f -OMH32 

Stadler, Carl A, (E) (KC), Pastors' 

Home, Blue Springs. Mo. ...., t ...OE06 

Stahl, Robert M. (I) (P), 4301 Ford- 
ham Road, Carroll Sta., Baltimore, 

Md, .. TS11 

Stahlhut, Herbert E, (MV), Owens- 

vilte. Mo.**.****.*..*.„ E37 

Sta hr, Henry I*. D.D., LL,D, (D) 

(P), Hood College, Frederick, Md. 

TS10 

Stamm, C, Kevin (CP), 820 Spring 

St, Bellefonte, Pa, ..„....7*,C35 

Stange, Paul L* (SI) P Hoyleton, Ill. 

OE16 

Stanger, C* G, (E) (NI), 190 Elm 

Ave,, Elmhurst, HI. .. OB94 

Stanger, Robert C,, D,D. (MI), 2270 
W. Grand Bivd v Detroit 8, Mich, 

„ OEY21 

Stanley. Border L. (T) (P>, 56 Can¬ 
trell Ave.. Harrisonburg, Va. ... TS11 
Staple, Richard H, (MI), 614 Emmet 

St, Petoskey, Mich. .. E46 

Starr, Ralph E. (R), Wemersville, 

Fa. .......**.TS1§ 

Staudt, Calvin K„ Ph.D. (G) <R), 

American School for Boys Bagh¬ 
dad, Iraq ..*..TS03 

Staudt. Edwin E*. Jr. (WNY), 104 
Indian Church Rd,, Buffalo 10. N. 

Y..*—...***_.TS42 


Stauffer, Geo. A. (B) (Lan), 18 At¬ 
kins Ave,, Lancaster, Pa..*.TJ99 

Stauffer, Sam'l P, (E) (Phi), 7506 

Fayette St*, Philadelphia 38, Fa.US92 

Stech, Emil J, (N)* R, 1, Le Sueur, 

M i nn, ..........GE9 9 

Steele, Robert C. (Pbg). 322 Third 
St., Asp in wall, Pittsburgh 15. Pa* ..TS45 
Steffen, George F. (N), 716 4th St* 

S. T St Cloud, Minn. ....E42 

Stegner, Irvin B. (N), 359 King St, 

St Paul 7, Minn* ...„*...E36 

Stein, J. Rauch, D,D. <E) (Phi), 4626 
Cedar Ave., Philadelphia 43, Pa, ....TS97 
Stein, Karl A„ D.D* (Pbg), Bayard 
and Dithrklge Sts,, Pittsburgh 13, 

Pa.... Z .TS03 

Steinberg, Victor (Phi), 2631 Fill¬ 
more St* Bridesburg, Philadelphia 

37, Pa. ... . ..OTSMH20 

Steiner, Traugott (MY , R, R, 2, 

Marvell, Ark. ......OMHS1 

Steinert, Joseph M. (Pbg), Delmont, 

Pa. .......TS45 

Steinmark, Friedrich F, (E) (RM), 

4564 Lincoln St., Denver 16. Col". 

OFC17 

Stelzlg, Ernst (E) (PNW), 316 Dela¬ 
ware Ave.* Wenatchee, Wash.....OE04 

Stephan,-D. Snider, D.D* (E) (Pbg), 

Berlin, Pa. T594 

Sterner, Fred A. (R). 2432 Falrview 

Ave., ML Penn* Reading, Pa....TSI9 

Steve, John F, (WNY), 874 Hum¬ 
boldt Pkwy*. Buffalo 11. N, Y.....E38 

Stibitz, E. Earle (L) (NWO), Heidel¬ 
berg College. Tlmn. Ohio ....E35 

Stienecker, Athniel (Ml), La Polnte. 

Madeline Island, Wis. ..OMH12 

Stillwell. Car) X. (I) (MV), 865 Ben¬ 
ton Ave., Springfield, Mo......E41 

Stock, Norman L. (So), S47 E, Park 

Ave., Tallahassee, Fla. __....E23 

Stork, Paul R* (MV), 4708 S* Grand 

Blvd*. St Louis II* Mo...E27 

Stock, Roy L (SI), Marine, Ill. ..E36 

Storkmcier, Otto (NWO), R* 1, Hol- 

gatc, Ohio.......,,,. OMHl 7 

Stocrker, Adolph (NI), 301 Fifth St.. 

Aurora, III. .....,0X3 2 

Stocrker, C. Frederick (KC), 311 Hitt 

St, Columbia, Mo, .. ...X42 

Stoerker. Fred (KC), 814 Faraon St, 

St Joseph 54, Mo. 

Stoerker, Manfred A* (SWO), 729 
Campbell Ave. # Hamilton, Ohio *-,.„E4Q 
Stoerker, Paul (N), 2442 W, Moffat 

St. Chicago 47, III.OE05 

Stoerker Theophl* (D) (MV), Em- 

tnaus Home, St. Charles, Mo* __,OB18 

Stolte, L. W., D.D, (SWO), 2215 Wyo¬ 
ming St, Dayton 10, Ohio ..OMHOG 

Stommel, E, H. (C), Wood acre, Marin 

County, Calif* .. **,.*,..QE20 

Stommel, Max (E) (NI). 424 N. 

Garflcld Ave,, Hinsdale, Ill. OX9 2 

Stoner, Harvey S* (E) (SEO), R. 2, 

Massillon Ohio *******....... 98 

Stoncsifer, Paul T„ D.D. (Mer), 250 
S* Main St., Chambersburg, Pa. ...,TS20 
Storck, Theodore J. (E) (la), Burl¬ 
ington Hospital, Burlington, Iowa ,.X93 
Stoudt. George P* (Lan), 237 Center 

St, M i 11 c rsbu rg, Pa.. ...,**.....-..TS3 8 

Stoudt, John Jos., Ph*D, (Phi), Blue 

Bell, Pa* . .OYXUSS6 

Stoudt, John K*, D*D* (R), Leesport, 

w Pa.......... „OG 1 2 

Stoudt Joe. R* (CP), 411 Market St, 

MHTimburg, Pa. X3B 

Stoudt, Paul T. (Phi), 804 Juniper 
St., Quekertown,Pa. .OTS18 

Stout Ralph E* (I) (NI)* 6434 S* 

Wolcott Ave,, Chicago, HI* _**.*. .25 

Stover. Webster, Ph-D. (I) (NY), 

535 Fifth Ave., New York, N* Y. ....US25 
Strasbaugb, Edw. V„ Th.D* (Mar), 

231 Springdale Av^e., York. Pa* *. OC17 
«trasburg, Max (E) (C), 455 Oak 

Glen Ave., Ontario, Calif. ....**„ .OE03 


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Strassburger, Ernest J. (NT), 9213 
3 9 th Ave., Woodhaven 31, L, L< _ 

N, T. .....OMH26 

Straub, Clyde F, ( Ch) (Lan), 444 
Oakland St, Ashland, Fa,_ =Kr -TS3p 
Straube, Milton L. (SW), Saukville. ' 

Wis... ..~.*.*GE32 

Strauch* Paul E, (WNYL 108 Hewitt./ 

Ave., Buffalo 15, N, Y, --,TS4l 

Strauss, John (E) (T), R* D. 2, 

Waco, Texas *........ 

Strelch, Paul H, (M> (NT), Casllla 
455. Quito, Ecuador, S* A, E3J6 

Strietelmeler, William R, (V), 2 S* 

Ell wood Ave*, Baltimore £4, Aid. 

OMH11 

Strine, Raymond O, (Pbg), Dayton, 

Fsl TS30 

St r in g, Ch as. eT (NT) ] 316 Washing- 

ton St., Egg Harbor City, N. J.US31 

Stroehleln, E. (SWO), R. 3, Bates- 

vtlle, Ind. OE15 

Strub* Henry M. (CP), 202 E. 3rd St.. 

Williamapoi-t 6, Pa..*,**.DEQ8 

Strunk. Lawrence N. (PL 93^ 
Franklin St, Harrisonburg. Va. „..TS43 
Stuckey. Walter J. (SW). New Gla- 

rus, Wis, .....................OMH15 

Stuck I, Benjamin (D> (N¥). Win¬ 
nebago Indian School, Neillsville, 

Wis, „*.**...-......030 

Stucki, Frank E, (la), Alleman, 

Iowa *..*..„.....OMHP20 

Stuckwisch, Leonhardt J. F* (MI), 
Hastings Hail, 600 W, 122nd St, 

New York 27, N. Y, . E33 

Stuebbe, Calvin J. E, (Neb), Sutton. 

Nebr. . 2 

Stuebbe, Klaus J,, D,D* (NW), Mani¬ 
towoc, Wis... .........OMH13 

Stuebbe, Robert <L) (NW), R. R- 4, 

Garner, Iowa ......*MH 4 4 

Stueber, Louis F. (NEOL 4267 E. 
133rd St., Cleveland 5, Ohio ......_OE28 

Stuebi, Edward C, (NY), 2 Portland 

St, Holyoke, Mass. ..OMH96 

Sturm, C. F., D.D. (E) (MV), Berger, 

Mo. ......OE9 4 

Sturm, Carl F., Jr, (MV), 2613 Poto¬ 
mac St*, St Louis IS. Mo, .........OE27 

Suedmeyer, Armin A. (MI), 8854 
Pinehurst St, Detroit 4, Mich. .....,OE37 
Suedmeyer, Arnold K* (SI), Smith- 

ton, Ill...„....~E 4 2 

Suedmeyer, Louis F, (NEO), 7004 
Market St, Youngstown 7, Ohio ....OE34 
Suit, Emmet C, (NWO), Republic, 

Ohio ........U95 

Surbey, Paul R. (SI), 123 B, Dee St., 

Lebanon, I1L .. E44 

Susott* A. A, (Sind), 508 Second 
Ave. East, Cullman, Ala. *.*e.,..***.,.„OEl6 
Sutz, John G* (SWO), Alexandria. 

Ky.......OBL11 

Suzuki, KIchlsuke (C), 2026 S. Bar¬ 
rington Ave*, West Los Angeles 25, 

Calif. ....................CPI4 

Swinehart, Arthur V, (NEO), 235 S. 
Canfleld-Nites Rd,* Youngstown 9, 

Ohio .*.„,*„.....E44 

Swope, Pierce E., D.D. (Lan). 210 S* 

3rd St, Lebanon, Pa. .......CIO 

Sykes, Edward J,, Jr. (Sus), R* 3. 

Ca taw is sa, Pa...... .TS 4 3 

Szabo, Anthony (C), Los Angeles, 

Calif* ........C27 

Szabo, Stephen, Ph,D* (Mag), 1946 
Bakewell St., Toledo 5, Ohio 
Szeghy, John B, (Mag), 3602 Ivy St., 

East Chicago. Ind. .......ELI 5 

SzEarto, Stephen (Mag), 365 Wood- 
row Ave,, Columbus 7, Ohio ..TS34 


Takaro, Geza, D.D. (Mag), 344 E, 

69th St, New York 21, N, Y. .*.X07 

Tannlcr, Benedict W, (NY), 1575 

Bradley St, Schenectady 4, N, Y, 

V OE27 


Tapy, John F* (I) (P), 2^2 TJ. 

Place* S*E., Washington* D «. ....... YLd 5 

Taylor, Paul V., Fh.D., D,p. (M> 
(Phi), Central China Unt, Wu¬ 
chang* Hupeh, China —TSIB 
TeitsworUi, W, Aaed (L) (RL Head¬ 
ing Pa. ,.....E46 

Tempest, wliUam’H. (WNY), 364 
Genesee St* T Buffalo 4, N. Y, ..........,.E39 

Tendick, Armin H. (la), Baxter, lews: 

UUMiiB 

Tepas, Bernard J. (WNY), 10S0 
Portland Ave*. Rochester 5* N* Y, .*,.E18 
Tepas, Irving 6. (WNY), 623 Ver- 

‘ „ Er J " 


niont Ave,, Erie, Pa, 


ESI 


Teske, Frank W. (EP), 1017 Lehigh 

St., Easton, Pa. . **TS17 

Teske* Gustav A. (KC), 3556 Wabash 

Ave,. Kansas City 3, Mo, . 

Tester, F. Fh, (E) (CL 1473 Navarro 

Ave,. Pasadena, Calif. . ,,082 

Tetzlaff, Herbert T. (SW), 224 W. 

State St,, Hartford* W ia, *JWB 

Thena, Robert, D.D* (Mer), 125 N- 
Beaver St, York, Pa, .......-**«-MeC11 

Thiel. Wm. P, (C), 6327 Arlington 

Ave., Los Angeles 43, Calif, -.OMH1D 

Thies, Matthew H, (Lan), 7 W. 

Orange St„ Lancaster, Pa. .....„„*^..TS46 
Thomas, Paul (NW), R* 2, Elkhart 

Lake, Wis, ... ....E0 6 

Thomas, Theo, A. (Neb), W'alnut 

Iowa ....-.... -OEU) 

Thompson, Arthur C,* D.D, (CP), 

Saxton. Pa...*.U99 

Tiemeyer, Theodoro N, (Sind), 222 E. 

Spring St, f New Albany. Ind* .^..^134 
Tietke, Herman (E) (NIL 29 N. 

Ashland Ave., La Grange* III, ,.* r «,OES7 
Tililch, Paul J„ D*D., Ph. D, (G) 
(NY), 99 Claremont Ave,* New 

York, N* Y, ___*........OX12 

Tlllmanns. Theodore (C), 1256 N* 
Hazard St*, City Terrace, Los An¬ 
geles 33, Calif* ....~~OE02 

Tingler, Victor J. (E) (Pbg), 699 
Jefferson St,, Meadville, Pa. ........OTS98 

Tischhauser, E. (PNW), 1620 S* 23rd 

St., Tacoma 3, Wash....^.OESS 

Tobias, D- Emerson (I) (SWO), R- 

3. Xenia* Ohio .........C09 

Todd, Leonard F. (SI), St* Jacob, 

Ill * ....E38 

ToeHe, H* C. (MV), 2506 Benton St„ 

St. Louis 6, Mo.....GEG9 

Torbltzky, Martin A, (NI), 404 E* 

Madison SL, Belvidere, III. .....E41 

Tormohlen, Robert F, (Sind), 623 _ 

Alien St-, Owensboro. Ky* ..E32 

Tosh, Aaron R* (So), Landis, N* C. 

TS19 

Toth, Alex. D*D. (D> (Mag), 55 N. 

West End Ave., Lancaster, Pa.....XQ7 

Toth, Michael (Mag), 9227 Mason 

Place, Detroit. Mich, ____^..BL16 

Toth, William, Ph.D. (Lan), 2621 N, 

2nd St*. Harrisburg, Pa, ,**,*««„..,„„TSS0 
Totzke, H, E, (MI), 219 W, Boule¬ 
vard, Marine City, Mich* ..OE21 

Trecsc. Geo, W.* Jr, (Neb), Schaller, 

Iowa —....XJ6 

Trexler, Carl O. (Sus), 510 S, Frank¬ 
lin St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa, .TS38 

Trexler, Wilbur E. (Phi), Trum- 

ba uersv 13 le. Pa. —...,~....TS 4 3 

Tritchler. Gordon L, (SW), 528 Pleas¬ 
ant St* Portage, Wis. ...............*.„ MH4S 

Trogler, Walter SL (SEO), Woods- 

field, Ohio ....,.*E42 

Trost Th eodore L, (G) (WNY), 

Col gate-Rochester Divinity School, 

1100 S- Goodman Street, Rochester, 

N, Y, *.... 

Tro st, Walter P* (S W), Random 

Lake, Wis....JE44 

Troup, Wm. E„ D.D, (NEO), 2237 

11th SU S.W., Akron 14, Ohio _Cl7 

Troxell, Samuel A* (I) (P), 103 

Blackthorn St» Chevy Chase, Md. 

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Tnixal, Andrew G,, Ph,D. (1) (NY), 
Dartmouth College, Lebanon St., 

Hanover, N. H..........TS24 

Tschudy, FridoIJn (la), Dyaart, Iowa 

OE07 

Taehudy. Lynn B* (NWO), 10 Main 

St,, Tiffin, Ohio ...........OE35 

Tuenge, Theodor A, (MV), Bay. Mo, ,342 
Twente* Thcophil H. (D) (MV), 1720 
Chouteau Ave., St. Louis 3, Mo, ....OEI8 


Vomholt, J, F, (E) (NW0), 916 

Hampton Ave,, Toledo, Ohio .GTS02 

Voss, E* A, (I) (la). Lowell, Oregon,.,.39 
Voss, H. Raymond (Sind), 2913 ITrst 

Ave,, Evansville, Ind. ...*.*_E45 

Voss, Henry D, (MI), 319 N, Center 

St, FLymoUth, Ind. .MH28 

Vrlesen, Henry T. (NW), Reese vllle, 

Wia. ..„..........OMHO-4 

Vrlesen, Otto J, (N), Hamburg, 
Minn.. .* + ..OMHlR 


Uberroth, Harry F. J, (I) (Sus), 

1214 Flower Drive, Bethlehem, Pa. 

OTS17 

Uhlhorn, R. (E) (T), E, 1, Box 92. 

Mansfield, Texas ....—..OEMcC97 

Ujlaki, Francis, D.D. (G) (Mag), 

1723 Pennsylvania Ave*, N* w., 

Washington, D, C, .. X12 

Ullrich, Edward W, (So), 261 N. E. 

23rd St, Miami 27, Fla...—TS29 

Ulrich, Geo. R, (E) (ICC), Amazonia, 

Mo.. *...OMH99 

Umbeck, F, F* (NI), SOS Woodaide 

Rd., Riverside, 111, ... **_..*OEOl 

Umbeck, Paul F, (NI), 415 Ellsworth 

Ave., Crystal Lake, III. . ....CTS45 

blrffer, Robt J. (Leh), Schneckflville, 

Pa. .,**..-.-TS31 

Uthlant, Cheater H. (SI), £901 

' ' ' " City, I 


Nameokl Rd., Granite Ctl 


III. ... 


..E27 


Vajda, Zoltan A, (Mag), S016 Van¬ 
derbilt Ave„ Detroit 17, Mich.X86 

Van Camp, Arthur A. (MV), R. 1. 

Beaufort, Mo..-...E4» 

Vandevere, Ray S, (D) (R), Bethany 
Orphan s > Home, WomeL&dorf, Fa. 

TS2& 

Van Dyck, Theodore H. (PNW), 0514 
12th Ave,, N*W„ Seattle 7, Wash. „..E37 
Varga. Louis (Mag), 221 Johnston 

Ave., Pittsburgh 7, Pa. ....X22 

Vasvary, Edmund (I) (Mag), 1726 
Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., Washing¬ 
ton, D. C. 

Veith, Loran W. CPbg), Harmony, 

Pa.........C2S 

VJeth, Henry F. (NY), 281 6th Ave., 

N„ Troy, N. Y.~...OE02 

Vitz, Nathaniel E. (NwO), Payne, 

Ohio .......OH03 

Vita, Raymond E. (Sind), 2707 Oak 

St, Terre Haute, Ind, ......GWH34 

Vita, Richard P. feWO), 53 S. Wal¬ 
nut St, Germantown, Ohio ...E42 

Vita, Robert H. (Ch) (NI), E, 

Jefferson St, Freeport, Ill.......E37 

Voelm, Donald J. (NEO), Hough Ave. 

and 65 th St, Cleveland, Ohio E4 5 

Vogelmann, Carl G* (WNT), 278 

Tuscarora Rd,, Buffalo 20, N* Y* ..OE20 
Vogelmann. Walter W, (NW), 106 
Poplar St, Merrill, Wls. ..QE25 

Vogt, John J, (E) (.WO), Skanee. 

Mich. .....GMH92 

Volkens, Henry, Jr. (Sind), 2707 
Field Ave., Louisville 6, Ky. ....E35 
Volkert, Robert C. (SW), Sllnger, 

Wls... ......-MH4G 

Voll Charles L, (Pbg), Manor. Fa. ..TS44 
Vollbrecht William (E) (C), £72 San 
Diego Ave., Daly City. Calif. ....„.OE90 
Vollmer, Phillip, Jr, (D) (NEO), 
Falrview Park Hospital, 3305 
Franklin Ave,, Cleveland, Ohio ,*..OC12 
VonderOhe, Paul F, (la), R. 2, 

Nashua, Iowa .. E46 

Von Gmenlgen, Arthur R* (NWO), 

60S Hancock St, Sandusky, Ohio 

OMHP19 

Von Kaske, Adolphus W. (I) (Pbg), 

Oorrtganvllle, Md. . 

Vwjhhoft, Edwin H. (SW), 


Wagner, Jacob B, (NY), 317 E. 137th 

St, Bronx. New York 67, N* Y. ..X45 

Wagner, James E.. D,D. (Lan), 338 

College Ave., Lancaster, Fa. _.TS21 

Wagner, Mark G. (R), Cressona, Pa. 

TS33 

Wagner, O. Walter (MI), 807 S. 
Mechanic St, Jackson, Mich. ....OCTS30 

Wagner, Scott R-, D-D, <P), 229 N, 
Potomac St* Hagerstown. Md, ......TSOO 

Wagoner, C, C* (So), R. 4, I^xtngton, ^ ^ 

waht ’ Airr^''^jrX''"Ysw6T;""4io“ 

Fourth Ave., Dayton, Ky. ...Eli 

Wahl, Edwin A. (SI), OkawviUe* III. 

OE34 

Waldner, Geo. W, (L) (Phi), 2505 

Race St, Philadelphia 2, Fa. __***27 

Walch, Wm* R. (WNY), 113 Ken¬ 
sington Ave., Buffalo 14, N. Y* .*..E37 

Walenta, Howard W, (Pbg), li N, 

High St, Du Bois, Fa*......„US40 

Walenta, Max J. H (NYL 1666 
Grove St, Brooklyn 27, N. Y. **..OUS03 
Walenta, Victor E. (NEO), 3104 
Woo abridge Ave,, Cleveland 9, Ohio 
„ „ OMH28 

Walkenhorst, Raymond O, (Neb), 333 

N. 4th St, Seward, Nebr. ....E38 

Walper, Melvin F. (Sus), 1323 Center 

St, Ashland* Fa, .. _...TS43 

Walter, J. Grant (Pbg), SOS Mary¬ 
land Ave., Pittsburgh 6, Pa....-TS94 

Walthour, J, Miles (Pbg), Fredonia* 

Pa. .. ...TS45 

Walton, Adolph (E) (KC), 181 

Chandler Ave., Elmhurst, 111...OE93 

Warber. Charles (FNW), 1948 S. 
Hosmer St., Tacoma 3, wash, ......OE99 

Warber, Henry C, (C), 4SO San An- 
selmo Ave., San Bruno, Calif. ......0X30 

Warlick, Chas. W, (E) (So), ML 

Pleasant. N. C...TS03 

Warner. Verne H. (Ch) (NI), 220 

Division St, Elgin, Ill...E37 

Warner, William H, (E) (WNY), R. 

2, Warren. Fa* .. __._._,..„OTS07 

Warskow, August F* (SI), 316 W. 

k ” uh ....OE10 


Third St, Central la, 


V^mhnlt, Sara R, (SW), 2816 N, 

18th St, Milwaukee 10, Wu.OMHlt 


Washburn, Jost B. (T), R 1, Box 7H 
and/or 3429 Lawn view St, Corpus 

Christ!* Texas . E44 

Watts, Franklin P, (Phi), 430 Wash¬ 
ington St, Royersford. Fa, ...TS36 

Wayman, George C. (NWO), 300 S. 

Park Ave*, Fremont, Ohio .OMH38 

Weaver, Ernest E* (E) (Phi), 3815 
Rosemont Ave* f Drexel Hill, Fa*....TS96 
Weaver, Glenn (I) (EF), Dept of 

History, Lehigh Univ*, Bethlehem, 

Fa* ....TS 4 4 

Weber, Harold E. (I) (NWO>* 3705 
Schiller Ave„ Cleveland 9, Ohio ....MH28 
Weber, Herman J, (Sind), 235 S. 

41st SL, Louisville 12, Ky......EES 

Weber, Louis G* (NI), Hinckley, 111* 

OEU) 

Weber, Walter L. (SWO), 3664 Her¬ 
bert Ave., Cincinnati 11* Ohio 
Wecktnueiler, Herbert F* (I), 1867 N* 

70th St, Milwaukee 13, Wia* .....„.....C28 
Wegener, A. H* (Sind), Edwardaport* 

Ind. *OE24 

Wehier, George L. (Pbg), 80 Broad¬ 
way, Froatburg, Md.**.,.T84» 


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Wet-Wit 


Wehr, Calvin P. t D.D, (E> (Lan), 
Catawba College, Salisbury, N. C. 

OU98 

WehrH, Allen G.* D.D* (D) (MV), 

114 Park Hoad, Webster Groves 19, 

Mo. .*..*****.™ ______...OE1 6 

Weldler, Carl J. (Neb), Dawson, Neb. 

OMH19 

Weidler, Edwin R, (Ch) (Pbg), 200 

Johnston Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.P42 

Weidler, Victor (MX), Culver, Ind. 

OMH30 

Weier, Henry A. (NT), 2134 New- 
bold Ave„ The Bronx 61, New 

Fork, N. Y* ....... .....E36 

Weigel, Leonard F. (NWO), El listen* 

Ohio .. OE35 

Weller, Ralph S*, D.D, (D) (Phi), 
Schaff Bldg-, 1^05 Race St, Phila¬ 
delphia 2, Pa..*...TS20 

Weiss, Philip W, (Phi), 612 Magee 

St, Philadelphia 11, Pa...OTS38 

Weiss, Wm. G, (Phi), 2434 S* 72nd 

St*, Philadelphia 42, Pa.....***._OBL07 

Welsser, Ralph E, <N) P 4040 Port¬ 
land Ave*, Minneapolis 7 P Minn. ....OE24 
Welker, Edmund F* (P), Taney town, 

Md TS29 

Welke^ Harvey**A, ‘(^V iTl"'w"‘Hort 

St, Burlington, N* C..X96 

Weller, Elmer E, <E) (C) P SI2 Oro 

Terrace, San Pedro, Calif...„.TS9Q 

Welsh, A. Augustus (EP), 201 E. 

Broad St, Bethlehem, Pa.....TS30 

Welsh, George W., D.D, (Mer), Box 
486, Spring Grove, Pa, 

Weltge, Edwin H* P, (SI), R. 3, 

Metropolis, III..*.E46 

Weltge, F, W. (SI), R. F. D. 2, Nash¬ 
ville, Ill. . ....*..QEOG 

Weltge, Fred J. W. (la), c/o Rev, 

F* W. Weltge, Nashville, Ill.E41 

Weltge, P. W. (la), Fredericksburg, 

Iowa ........OEl 1 

Weltge, William B. (MV), 2348 Ten¬ 
nessee Ave,, St Louis 4, Mo.OB] 6 

Wenner, Jerome A. (Phi). SO42 Mich- 
ener St„ Philadelphia 10, Pa, ...,..„TS36 
Wentz, Bruce A., Ph.D. (D) (So), 

Catawba College, Salisbury, N. C*..TS18 
Wentzel, Fred D„ D.D. (D) (Phi), 

1505 Race St, Philadelphia £, Fa,..TS2l 
Werkheiser, Bertram M. (Phi), 7311 

N* 18 th St, Philadelphia £6. Pa.TS31 

Wernecke, Herbert H*. Ph.D, <D) 
jMV), 475 E. Lockwood Blvd„ 

Webster Groves 19, Mo, ....OMH20 

Wernecke, Winston W. (SW), Fre- 

donia, Wis. .. ...„MH4tf 

Werner, Arthur F. (KC) f Hardtner* 

Kans, ........ ..*„ ,OB2 7 

Werner, Edwin L, (P), Jefferson, 

Md. .. TS39 

Werner, William (PNW), 1006 5th 

Ave., Rupert, Idaho ..OFC17 

Werth, W* A. (N), 206 W. Third St* 

Fairmont Minn. ..OEl 6 

W esseleny 1, N lcholas (Ma g), 824 

Chestnut St, Johnstown, Pa. 

Wessler, Edw T ard H., D.D, (NW), 812 

Erie Ave., Sheboygan. Wls. ...OMHll 

Westerbeck, E. J. (D) (MV), 1720 

Chouteau Ave., St. Louis 3, Mo. ....QE13 
Wetz, Wayne W, (Xa), Bennett, Iowa 

E46 

Wetzel, Daniel J„ D.D. (R), 1606 N, 

16th St, Reading, Pa. ***♦**««....TS15 

Wetzel* John K. (R) p Tremont, Pa.Cl6 

Wetzeler, Walter R* (SWO), 6506 
Vine St, Elmwood Ft, Cincinnati 

16, Ohio ..***....OE21 

Whetstone* Clarence R (CP), Mann's 

Choice, Ptu ....._....C3* 

Wh itebread, Hoyt l* (CP). 701 

Packer St, Williamsport, Pa. -*.,**.*TS44 
Whisenhunt Roy C. (So), SIS S. 
Union St, Concord, N, C* **.*..*..-..CSI 


Whitener, Milton (So), 307 Summit 
- .. . f( £ . . 


S&llabury, 


TSOI 


Whltener, Sterling H, (M) (So), 

Hunan, China . *Y45 

Whltener, Sterling W* (M) (So), To- 

yang, Hunan, China.-.—--CIS 

Whiterabbit, Mitchell (Ch) (NW), 

Wyeville, Wis___—TS45 

.Wlchm&n, Henry W, (SI), 530 Pen¬ 
ning St, Wood Biver, 111. .......-B36 

Wlchmann, Otto G. <E) (RM), 407 

Pearl St, Denver 3, Colo- -...OE39 

Wlegand, Paul (Dak), Thorn hill* 

Manitoba, Canada .. ,.,0X10 

Wiemer, Theodore C. (MI), 545 West 

Seven Mile Rd,, Detroit 3. Mich.Y24 

Wienand* Paul, LittD. (E) (NY), 36 

Park Ave.* Passaic, N. J, ..OMHS3 

WIenbrauek, Albert (MI), 3518 Bi*iek 

St.* Flint 5, Mich, .. OMH24 

Wierth, Clifford E, (NX), 1621 6th 

St, Peru, IlL ..........OE36 

Wierth, E. H, (NWO), 322 S. Pros¬ 
pect St, Marion, Ohio ....*E28 

WlerwiU, Nathan B* (MI), 315 S. 

Center St, Bremen* Ind. ...-.„.MH43 

Wierwille, Victor P. (NWO). 109 S. 

Harrison St, Van Wert Ohio ....MHF41 
Wiest* Elam G. (NEC)* 3 60S Spokane 

Ave,, Cleveland 9, Ohio . ...OC34 

Wiggermann, Philip (SWO), 1621 
Holman St, Covington, Ky, J313 

Wild, John B, (NW), Alma* Wls.MH44 

Wildasln, John E. (^hl), Dublin, Pa , 

PC24 

Wiley, William F* (EP), Linden 

Lane, Hiegelsville, Pa___TS39 

Wilhelm* Raymond E„ D,D* (Phi), 

247 Chestnut SL, Spring City, Fa.C21 

Vt'ilke, Harold H. <G) (KC), Winter 

General Hosp.* Topeka, Kana.US39 

Wilke, Walter W. (NI), S46 W, 62nd 

St., Chicago 21, III............OE26 

Wilking, Eugene F, (E) (SW>* 2739 
Chamberlain Ave., Madison 6, Wls. 

0X03 

Willkens, Fr^d H., Ph.D* (WNY), 

1100 S. Goodman St, Rochester 7, 

N, Y, .. . . _ __ ^ ^ OCRS 18 

WXll'man, Harry O. (N) p Eden Valley, 

' Minn... .„.E45 

Wilson U Nevln (I) (Pbg), Berlin, 

Fa... ..TSU 

Winter. William E. (G) (N), 403 

Newton Bldg,, 357 Minnesota St, 

St Paul 1. Minn, ......TS45 

Wimmler, Theodore C. (MV). St. 

Louis, Mo.... ...„ T+ . r ._„*.E46 

Winckelmann, FYltz O. (T), Kyle, 
Texas n . .. ....... ...... 0X39 

Windhorst, Robert C* (Sind)* 52 

Hoefgen St, Indianapolis 2, Ind.C24 

Winger* Frederick E* (E) (Dak), 

279 Tweed Ave., Winnipeg, Mani¬ 
toba, Canada ....GEO2 

Winger, Paul E. (NI), 5154 Oakton 

St, Skokie. Ill.....OEl 6 

Wingert, Calvin H., D.D, (P), 1626 
Primrose Rd,, N,W., Washington 

12, D. C... TS31 

Wink, Howard L. (I) (CP), 1724 N. 

Charles St, Baltimore, Md* ..X28 

WInkelmann, Roy R. (la). Si5 First 

St, N*W., Waverly, Iowa ..E42 

Winnecke* Edwin (KC), R. D* 1, 

Pilot Grove, Mo. .. OE36 

Winter. David A* <E) (Sind), 408 
Mayfair Lane, Louisville 7, Ky, ....OH87 
Wintermeyer, Henry H* (SI), 2103 
Cleveland B!vd„ Granite City, HI, 

OEIO 

Wintermeyer, Herbert H. (la), ft D* 

2, Hampton, Iowa ..***«,.*-*«.*„„**...* + *....E38 
Winters, G. Raymond (Pbg). ft 7, 

Butler, Fa.......T338 

Wimere, Richard H. (Lefc), 1«18 Wal¬ 
nut St, Allentown* Pa. *„**. + ,****.*..**.*TS46 
Wltmer, Frank D- (Pbg). 818 Main 

Bt, BerUn, Ps___-.*TS2« 

Wltmer, John M* (R), 18 a Nlc« fit*_ 

FrockvUte, Pi, ...,.„.TOii 

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Wlt-Zwl 


Witmer, Melvin C* (NW), Fountain 

City, Wis. ...*...............OMH32 

Witt. W. J* (SWQ), 106 W* Me- 
Micken Ave.. Cincinnati I0 t Ohlo....OE19 
Wittbracht, C. H* (E) (MI). 658 W, 
Michigan Ave*. Saline, Mich, ***„-. ..,.*L9 3 
Witte, Wayne, W. (la), 106 Main SL, 

English town. N* J .....MR 4 4 

Wittenberg, Win. B. (E) (la). 

Garner, Iowa ..-.*..OMH98 

Wittllnger, Th* (E> (ST), 3£G N. 

Jackson St,, Belleville, 111.GE96 

Wobbe, Richard K. (NI), 1064 Cora 

St, t)es Plaines, III.......E40 

Wobus, Paul A. (MV), Manchester. 

M o, *.... ..... ***..* *.*„_-*.......................QE15 

Wobus *Reinhard (NWO), 21 S East 

South St*, Sidney, Ohio OE03 

Wobus, Theodore (MV), R* R* 2, Box 

69, St* Charles, Mo....—OE06 

Wolfe, George E. (NW), 8514 S. 10th 

St*. Minneapolis, Minn. MH36 

Wolfe, Herbert S. (NEO), R- D, 1, 

Clinton, lido .*....36 

Wolff, C* (T), 62T S* 8th St., Waco. 

Texas .;*„.OE02 

Wolfgram, Dale (SI), Box 6, Ohl- 

man. 111. ..............E45 

Wolford, Earl G* (R). Oley, Pa* ...OTS2S 
Wolford, Wm* O* (Leh>» Fogelsville, 

Pa- ...... Z. ..OTS24 

Worthing, Dee O. (CP), Alexandria* 

Pa* . -TS45 

Worth man, Edward U, D.D. (NW). 

424 Fremont St. T Kief, Wis..OMfflfl 

Worthman. Matthew (MI>* 320 W. 

South St, Bluff ton, Ind. .. OMM23 

Worthman, Rudolph A. (MI), MUlcrs- 

burg, Ind. .. OMH1S 

Woth, Adam <E) (RM), 522 S„ Park 

Ave*, Casper, Wyo* ..OE94 

Wright, Albert M* (Pbg), 54? Vick- 

roy Ave., Johnstown. Pa* ............_TS27 

WHght, Paul R* (Mer). Landisburg. 

Pa. .....,.****...TS3 9 

Wuebben, Paul G* (MV), R* E* 1* 

OwensVille, Mo....OLO 5 

Wuers. Frederick W. <T), Kurten, 

Tex as ............ E £ 9 

Wulfmann, J. (MI), 34 S. Wilson 
BIvd, T ML Clemens, Mich. OE9 9 

Wulischleger, Edwin R. (SW) t R. 2, 

Pewaukee, Wis* ... 

Wyler, W, H, (E) (NI), Dakota. Ill, 

Wynn, Bert E. (CP), R. 4, Bedford, 

Pa.*.....*...*.*C30 

Wyss, A* Edw* (T) (PNW). R, 4* 

Box 1256A. Portland, Oregon *...0MH11 


Tackle* Donald M. (St), 407 Walnut 

St* Olney, Ill. ......E45 

Yaggt Harry G- (SWO). 215 Oakley 

Ave., Lawrenceburg* Ind. ............E30 

Yankey, Jesse B. (I) (P), 4500 Maple 

St. Bethesda* Md* *.*....C2 2 

Yearick* Homer F. (So), 2009 Holly- 
rood St. Winston-Salem. N. C. ......TS43 

YIngst, Walter J* (T> (Phi), Box 822, 

Wilmington 99, Del. ......._..C16 

Yocom, W. Ronald (R), 136 W. 

Broad St*, ShNlipgton, Pa...TS34 

Yoder, Paul D*, D.D* (Mer), Co- 

dorus, Pa...........TS10 

Toh, Paul W*. D.D. (R), Begins, Pa. ..Cl6 
Yohe, Ralph W* (Mer), Glen Rock, 

Pa. TS39 

Yost, Alfred C* (SEC), B. 1, Sugar- 

creek, Ohio . OMH25 

Yost, Ethelbert B. (Phi). 954 College 

Ave.. Collegcviiie, Pa. ..—.C30 

Yost Joseph (R>, T’iscarora, Pa- C12 
Young, Robert J"* (MV), 3932 Shreve 

Ave., St. Louis 15, Mo* .........E33 

Youngen, J. Eugene (Sind), 504 E. 
Maple St, Jeffersonville, Ind* ...**C20 


Yount, John A* (I) (Pbg), Pitts¬ 
burgh City Home and Hospitals, 

May view, Pa* .....*.X04 

Yount, Zenith F. (E) (MV), Mar- 

quand. Mo. ....*_—X06 

Yungschlager, Alfred W* (Neb), 900 
E. State St, Hamburg, Iowa .OE30 

Z 

Zartman, Frank R. (NWO), Bloom- 

ville, Ohio ...*__C25 

Zaugg, Elmer H., Ph.D., D.D* (M) 

(P), 1226 N* Taylor St, Arlington, 

Va..........HO 6 

Zaugg, H. Frederick (SEO), 207 E* 

Jackson St., MHIersburg. Ohio ..1542 

Zechieh Charles O. (SEO), Box 216, 

Apple Creek, Ohio *******.******....E44 

Zeehlei. Edw, E., D.D. (SEO), 623 E. 

Main St„ Louisville* Ohio ...Cll 

Zechicl, Otto J* (NEO), North Lima. 

Ohio *. „Clfi 

Zechman. A Levan (Lan), Elfzabeth- 

ville. Pa. ........C22 

Zechman, Herbert B* (CP), Beaver 

Springs, Fa. ...........C29 

Zechman, J, Odell (P), Cavetown, 

Md......***...TS46 

Zechman, Raymond C* (Mer), 47 N. 

4 th St*, Newport, Pa, ___..TS35 

Zellers, Emien H. (G) (NY), Hugue¬ 
not Memorial Church, Pelham, N. 

Y* ......*__ .Y43 

Zenk, Calvin M., D.D* <SW), 1518 
Jefferson St, Madison 5* Wis* ....OMH06 
Zenk, Gustav J* (E) (Dak). ISO W. 

WUshire Ave., Fullerton, Callf*,.OMK99 
Zeyher, C* H. (N), Norwood, Minn. 

OE25 

Ziegler* Howard J. B. (NY), 600 W* 
122nd St* New York 27, N. Y* ......TS33 

Ziegler, Julius W* (E) <T), 1018 

Graham St, Lamar Ct*, Polly, 

Texas .......OX14 

Ziegler, Reynold K* (M) (R), PVie- 

densburg. Pa* .....TS45 

Ziegler* Warren O. (CP)* Hublers- 

burg* Pa. .. TS45 

Zielinski, M, R. (SI)* 302 N* Buhr- 

man St, Nashville, III, ....OE36 

Zimmerman, Arno A., D*D* (NI), 626 

Ann Eliza St* Pekin, 111.......OE11 

Zimmerman* Fred R. (SEO)* B* 1, 

Powhatan Point, Ohio .. E41 

Zimmerman. Carl J. (D) (WNT), 

Lake Bead. Dunkirk. N. Y...E26 

Zimmerman, Robert P, (SI), R. E. 1. 

More. Ill* .. ,OE19 

Zink, Alb In R. (E) (WNY), 17 Min¬ 
netonka Rd.. Buffalo, N. Y. ..OE02 

Zink. Phdlp R, (Sus)* 402 W. Grove 

St** Tavlor, Pa. OF3G 

Zinke, Willard H. (Sind). 204 Meri- 

dan Ave*, Louisville 7, Ky* ..E26 

Zlrtn, Geo. F. (PNAV)* 3646 X. E. 
Columbia Blvd., Portland 11, Ore¬ 
gon ...—....OMH04 

Zoflier, Harold G- (Neb), R* 2, Gris¬ 
wold. Iowa .. ...X37 

Zogg, Ulrich (Dak), Sutton, Nebr.006 

Zucher* GotthMf T. (RM), Nisland, 

S* Dak ...... OX15 

Zuern, Harvey J. (ST), 926 W. 

Cherry St. Marion, Ill.E31 

Zulauf* Norman C. (MV), 6503 Mur¬ 
doch Ave*. St* Louis 9* Mo.* ...E32 

Zumsteln, Hans (E) (MI), R* D* 2, 

Saline. Mich. ..OCTS91 

Zutz, M. F* (SWO), 717 E. Bpworth 
Ave*, Winton Place* Cincinnati 32, 

Ohio .. OL9S 

ZwCizig, Charles R. (Pbg)* 330 S. 

Maple Ave*. Greensburg, Pa* ..OTS34 

Zwilting* O. H.* D.D, (NEO)* 4229 W. 

35th St* Cleveland 9, Ohio .OE15 

Zwilling, Paul R. (D) (MV), Dea¬ 
coness Hospital, 6150 Oakland Ave., 

St* Louis* Mo... 6ms 


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Locations of Churches 


The location of every congregation of the Church is listed- Where the street 
location is missing that information was not reported on the statistical blank. 

The name of each congregation Is exactly as reported by the pastor. It is 
presumed that this is as the congregation is designated in its charter, For 
example, we find Saint John, Saint Johns, and St- John's, 

Please send notes of any errors immediately to W, S, Kerschner, Statistician, 
Office of the Secretary, 

The surname and initials of the pastor appear after the name and address of 
each church. Reference to city, town, or state in the "Register of Ministers" will 
further establish Identity. The title "Rev." and all degrees are omitted from 
this section- 

Abbreviations: mi, miles; nr, near; N, north; E, east; S, south; W t west. 


ALABAMA 

Birmingham—St. Johns, 2700 9th Ave., S., 
C, H, Kluge 

Cullman—St. John's Ev, Luth., 9th St. & 
Second Ave., A. A. Susott 


ARIZONA 

—Evangelical, 


Donald W. 


Casa Grande 
Slckbert 

ARKANSAS 
Barton—Barton, T, Steiner 
Little Rock—First (Luther Mem,). 11th & 
Bingo Sts., O- A. Egger 
nr Marvell—Hicks, T, Steiner 


CALIFORNIA 

Inglewood—Mornlngside Community* 3722 
Crenshaw Dlvd„ F, Frankenfeld 
Lodi—Zion* Central Avc. & Flora St, R, 
H. Buenemann 

Long Beach—Parkway Church (Zion), 
1401 Pacific Ave., JU P. Landgrebe 
Los Angeles- 

First, W, 37th & S. Hope Sts„ H- E- 
Ditzler and Paul L. Gerhard 
First Hungarian, 1101 West Florence 
Ave,, A. Ssabo 

Immanuel, 4230 S- Flower St, Wm- P- 
Thiel 

Japanese, 202 North San Pedro St., K. 
Suzuki 

Japanese (West Los Angeles), 11173 
Massachusetts Ave., K. Suzuki 
Morningside, F. Frankenfeld 
St- John's, 1500-06 W, 51st Place, C. 

McNeil y _ a 

St, Paul's* 529 E- Washington Blvd, 
Zion, 4006 Ram bos Drive, City Terrace, 
T* Tlllmanns 

Oakland—St, Mark's, 68th & Telegraph 
Ave., A- F. Sehroeder 
Pasadena—First, 379 E. Orange Grove 
Ave,, O- F, Geisler 

Petaluma—Grace, 17 Keller St, E. H. 

Horstman 
Sacramento, Peace 

San Bernardino—First (Hungarian), A, 
A- Krisik 

San Bruno—St John's, 480 San Ansel mo 
Ave., H. C. Warber 
San Francisco— 

Bethel, 2005 15th St., J. Hoffman 
First, 1746 Post St,, T. Kaneko and W. 
C, Nugent 

St John’s, 2041 Larkin 
Shatter—Ebenezer* 241 James St, R. 
Klaudt 

West Hollywood—Trinity, 9025 Cynthia 
St., H, P. Schroerluke 
Woodland—St John's, 422 Cleveland St, 
R. P, Nlenkamp 

COLORADO 

Denver— 

Friedens, 4550 Lincoln St 

Pioneer, 216 E. Ninth Ave., F, C, 

Rueggeberg 


st. p * u! x V- 28th Ave - & Zunl st *. 

B. E. Sc h alow 

Fort. Collins—Immanuel, Remington & 
Olive Sts,, W. Reitzer 
Fort Morgan—Immanuel Ev. Luth., Deuel 
St & 7 th Ave. 

Greeley—St. John's, 4th Ave. & 11th St, 
M. Sehoenhaar 

Gunnison—Community, G- L. Nuckolls 
nr 1 dal la—St. John's. P. F- Dietrich 
Loveland—Hope. Adams Ave. & 4th St, 
M- Sehoenhaar 

Windsor—Zion Ev. Luth., 125 Walnut 
J. Erbes 


CONNECTICUT 

Bridgeport- 

First, 197 Congress St, W, E. Horst- 
meier 

First Magyar, 227 Pine St., E. S. Nagy, 
Jr. 

Hungarian, 1483-87 & 1501 State St, 
S, M. Boszormenyi 

Fairfield-—Magyar, 901 Kings Highway, 

New Haven—Hungarian, Grand Ave., J. 
D. Kress 

Shelton—Magyar, Co ram Ave., J. D, Kress 
South Norwalk—Hungarian, 19 Lexington 
Avc., C. Papp 

Torrington—Hungarian, Main St, J. D. 
Kress 

Wallingford—Hungarian, 105 S. Cherry 
St, J, L. Kercltes 

Warrenville—Magyar, Westford Rd., J. D. 
Kress 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

Washington^ 

Concordia, 20th & G Sts., N, W„ C, 
Enders 

First. 13th & Monroe, N. W„ F- N. 
Schlegel 

Grace. 15th & O Sts., N. W-, C. H. 
Wingert 


FLORIDA 

Lowell—United 

Miami—Robertson Memorial, N, E, 28rd 
St- & 2nd Court, E. W. Ullrich 
Redlands—St, John's, Krome Ave. & 
Bauer Rd-, E. W, Ullrich 


IDAHO 

Paul—Salem, W. Werner 
Payette—St- John's Ev. Luth-, N. 4th St 
& 5th Ave., A. F. Lienkaemper 
Sugar City—St. Paul's, W. Werner 


ILLINOIS 

Addleville—Zion. p. Nledermeyer 
Adeline—Zion, H- H, Kalkbrenner 
Alhambra—Salem, R, Kofer 
Alton—Evangelical & Reformed, Sth & 
Henry St, Q. W. Heggemeier 


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Arlington Heights—St* John, Cor* N. Ever¬ 
green & E- St James, W* F. Katnphenkel 
nr Arthur—Zion, G* A* Schuette 
Aurora—St* John, 305 5th St*. A* Stoerker 
Barrington—St Paul, 401 E. Main St*. 
G* P. EUer brake 

Bartlett—Immanuel, B, F. Freese 
Beecher—St Lucas* G- Horst 
nr Beecher—St. John, J. J* Merzdorf 
Belleville— 

Christ, 24 North 14th St* p A* E. Reiss 
St Paul* Cor* of "B' 1 & Second Sts., 
B* J, Koehler and Robert J. Herman 
Trinity* 47 North Douglas Ave,* T. J. 
Base he 

Bellwood—Peace, 27th & Grant Sts*, C* 
L- Grauer 

Belvidore—St John's, Cor* N* Main &. E. 

Madison, M. A* Torbitzky 
Bensenvllle—Friedens, 186 S* Center. A. 

F* Ebeiing 
nr Benaenvllle— 

Immanuel, Church Rd.* A. G* Kautz 
St John's, E* Bergstraesser 
nr Bible Grove—St. Paul, H, W* Kamenz 
Bloomingdale-—St* Paul, K* E. Gaertner 
Bloomington—Friedens, Front & Lee, G. 

E* Robinson 
Blue Island— 

Community. 120th & Gregory* E. Helm 
St* Paul, Gregory & New Sts,, O* F. 
Brummer 

Breese—St* John's, 200 N. Main St* T* E* 
Beier 

Brighton-—St John's H, F* Rinderkneeht 
nr Broadlands—St. John's, C* E. Hartwlg 
nr Browns—Friedens, C* N* Sp ranger 
Burksvllle—St Peters, 

Carlinville—St. Paul, East Main, R* C. 
Hohmann 

Carlyle—Ini mangel, 1310 Fairfax St, W. 
J* Schweiekhart 

nr Carmi-—St- John's, J. M* Her tel 
Carpenters vllle—Zion, Washington & Val¬ 
entine Sts-* O* Hoffner 
Casey vllle—Friedens, C* H. Kuhlmann 
Central City—Zion, Broadway & Green 
Sts., A* F. Warskow 

Central ia—St Peters* 324 West Third, A. 

F. Warskow 

Champaign—St* Peter's, University Ave. 

at 4th St, R* J. Beirbaunt 
Chicago— 

Bethany, 4250 North Paulina St, H* W* 
Dinkmeyer 

Bethel, 114th & State St* E. Crusius 
Bethlehem* Biversey Parkway Sc Mag¬ 
nolia Ave., A. W* Fniechte 
Eden, LeClaire Ave. Sc Gunnison St, H, 
F. Baumgaertel* Jr* 

Edison Park, Oketo & North Shore 
Aves., L, H, Hegeman 
Epiphany Evan. Luth.. Bradley Place 
& N, Damen Ave*, H* W* Brueckner 
First English* 3082 Palmer Square S. 
J- Schmiechen 

Ge thsemane, Belie Plaine & Monti cello 
Aves*, It R* Filibrandt 
Grace, 60th & S* Albany Ave,, K. H* 
Meyer 

Grace* 2658 W* Jackson Blvd., C. E* 
Schmidt 

rmmanuel* 70 th & Michigan Ave*, W* 
L* Rest 

Kloeckner Memorial, 820 N, Central 
Ave*, W* L. Moenkhaus 
Nazareth, 2500 N* Talman Ave.* H* F. 
Bloesch 

™ Silore> Edgewater Ave*, C. 

C, Bfzer 

Peace Memorial* 1448-1460 W* 78th St* 
-H a J* Brodt 

Raveuawood* £044 Pensacola, O* A, 
Muecke 

St Andrews, 2801 S. Karlov Ave*, W* 
F. Huebncr 


St* James United* Rockwell &. Albion, 
R. V* Caldwell 

St Johns, 2446 W* Moffet St„ F. Stoerker 
St Luke's, 62nd & Green Sts., W. W. 
Wilke 

St* Matthew's* Washtenaw Ave* Sc Iowa 
St*. E* J. Florin 

St NIcholai, 3054 N* Albany Ave., G. 
A. Paul, Jr. 

St. Paul’s, 2335 Orchard St., G. W. 
Grauer 

St Peter's* 2250 Cortez St,, H, E. L&tn- 
brecht and R* A* Ley 
St* Petri, Cor. E. 103 rd & Ave* L*, W. 
W, Kleker 

St. Philippas, W, 36th & S. Seeley Ave*, 
H* A* Fleer 

St Stephan s, 1657 N. Karlov Ave** R. 

G. Ott 

St Thomas* Grace St and Lavergne, 
W F Naefe 

Salem. 6820 $. Emerald Ave** H* E, 
Koenig 

South Side Hungarian, 654 E* 92nd St., 
A* George 

Tabor* Leclafre & Belle Plaine Aves*, 
A* W. Ruck 

Third, 102* Wellington Ave*, L. H. 
Ludwig 

Trinity, Damen Ave* & W* 22nd Place, 
S* A* Recht 

West Side Hungarian, 4327 W* Carrol] 
Avc*. A* L. Bernath 
Zion* 5450 W, Van Buren St, E. J, 
Hoefei 1 

Zion, 8326 S, Green, Auburn Park, A J. 
Koch 

Zion* 9993 Throop St T Washington 
Heights, J. E* Schneider 
Chicago Height&—St. John's, 42 E. 16th 
St,, H, H* Senne 

Collinsville—St. John's* 301 West Clay 
St. C. H. Kuhlmann 
Columbia—St Paul, G. A Friz 
Crave Coeur—Bethel, Elm ridge Place, A. 
X. Schneider 

Crystal Lake—-St Paul's* 415 Ellsworth 
St., P, F. Rmbeck 

Danville—St John's, Main & Buchanan, 

G. J. Boettcher 

Darmstadt—Holy Ghost Evangelical, 
nr Davis—St* Paul's, R, E, Schwarze 
Deerfield—St, Paul's* 638 Waukegan Rd., 

H, Leinbergcr 

Des Plaines—Christ, Cora & Henry Sts., 
R. K. Wobbe 

nr DollvUle—St. Paul’s* T. H. Hosto 
Dolton—Tmmanucl, Cor* Grant & Sheridan 
Sts.* Ph, H* Baasler 

Downers Grove—St. Paul's* Grove St nr 
Main* W* W, Lauer 
DuBois—St Mark's J. H, Hllle 
nr Dundas—Saron, R. W. Bizer 
Dupo—Christ 200 S* 3rd St* H. W* Hoh- 
man 

Du Quoin—First, 14 S. Hickory, J* H, 
Mauthe 

nr East Carondelct—Sugar Loaf 

East St. Louis—Immanuel* 412 N* 14tb, 

E. R. Jaeger 

Edwardaville—Eden* 901 Second St* H. 
J, Bredehoeft 

nr Edwardsville—St Paul's* J. A. Hoofer 
nr Eleroy—Salem, F. C* Schmidt 
Elgin— St* Paul’s* Center Sc Division, C. 

F. Ham men 

nr Elgin—Immanuel* F, H* Beecken 
Elmhurst—St, Peter's, 121 W. Church St,. 
E, J. A. Koch 

Evanston—St, John’s* Wesley & Crain 
Sts.. H* C* BuchmueJler 
Evansville—St. John's, E. F* Hotz 
Farina—Friedens* H. W* Kamenz 
nr Farina—St. John, H. W* Kamenz 
Fayettville—Trtnlty* M. F, Schmidt 
Fieldon—Christ, L* V* Huber 
FloravMle—St Paul's 


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Forest Park—First, 10GU S. Elgin Ave** 
W, F. Kieker* Sr, 

Fowler—St. Paul's* p* C* Jordan 
Frankfort—St* Peter* East Rd.* E. G* 
Bizer 

nr Frankfort—St Peter's, G. P, Schrupp 
Franklin Park—St Paul* Cal wagner & 
King St$„ F, W* Ring* 

Freeburg—St Paul's, G. F* Brink 
Freeport— 

First English, S, Galena & S* Carroll* 
H* W, H&berkamp 

St. John, S* Chicago & Galena Ave., 
E* A. A rends 

Zion, 4 East Iroquois, C. M* Grahl 
nr Freeport—State Road* J, Elmer 
Fults—St John 
nr Genesco—St Peter's 
Gilman—Zion, 600 N. Central St, H. J. 
Bartli 

Granite City— 

St Peter's* 21st & Cleveland, Henry H. 
Wintermeyer 

nr Granite City—St John, 2800 Nameoka 
Rd** C* H. Uthlaut 
Grantfork—-Grantfork, Arby Hosto 
Grant Park—St* Peter* H. A- Kehle 
Green view—St. John's, E, H. Fresen 
Hamel—Immanuel, H* G. Uppert 
Harmony—St John's, A. R* Lambarth 
Harrisonville—St Paul's, R. L. Hosto 
Harvey—Peace, 152nd St. & Lexington 
Ave*. J, E, Kleffnmn 
Hecker—Friedens, H* W. Hosto 
Highland—Evangelical, 1013 8th St, F. 
C. Allrich 

Highland Park—St. John's, Greenbay & 
Homewood, A. C, Kniker 
Hinckley—St. Paul's, L. G. Weber 
Hinsdale—* 

Immanuel. Grant & Third Sts* 

St. John, Washington St, near Spring, 
R* A*, Nolte 

Hollowayvllle—Evangelical Protestant, A, 
J. Ma'ronn- 

HomeNvood-—St Paul Community * IS 202 
Di^ie Highway* Ct Garriot 
Hookdale—St. Peters, E* A* Eigenraueh 
Hoyleton—Zion. P. L. Stange 
Irvingtorii—Frfeclens, P. L. Stange 
Jamestown—^St- Paul’s* Arby Hosto 
Jerseyville—Friedens, E, Carpenter St*, L, 

V. Huber 

Johannisburg—St John's. C, A. J* Ruck 
Joliet—Hungarian, 505 Columbia St* A. 
5, Kalassay 

nr Johnston City—St. Paul, H. J. Zuern 
Kankakee—St. John’s, N, Entrance Ave, 
& W. Oak St,* V, E* Langhorst 
TCewanee, Peace, E. H. Rusekros 
Ke wan ee—St Peter's* S - G rove at W. 

Central Bird., G, E* Fruessner 
Lake Zurich—St Peter* East Main St*, 
L. R. Peschel 

nr EaMllle—St. Paul s, Old Chicago Rd*, 

W. j. Schmidt 

LaSalle—Evangelical Protestant, 829 
Fourth St* W, Kleffmann 
Lebanon—St. Paul's, Fritz & Bee Sts,* P. 
R. Surbey 

Lenzburg—-St, Peter's. M. F* Schmidt 
Lincoln—St. John's, Maple Sc Seventh Sts* 
Long Grove—Long Grove, Frederick G. 
Ploeher 

Lyons—St. John's, Prescott & White 
Aves., F* H. Krone 
Maeystown—St John 

Manhattan—St* Paul's, Park Ave., G. E, 
Fuchs 

Marine—Marine, R. J. Stock 
Marlon—Zion* 824 West Cherry St* H* J* 
Zuern 

Marlssa—Friedens, 812 N, Main St. E. 
C* Beier 

nr Marissa—Trinity, J* H. Hille 
Mascoutah—St* John, First Sc Church Sts.* 
A. W. Hoelscher 

Matteson—Zion, Seventh St* H* H. Senne 


Maywood—Calvary Community, 1423 S. 

18th Ave.* H. F* Reichert 
Melrose Park—St* John's* 800 N. 18th 
Ave., W, J* Cramer 
nr Metropolis— 

St John’s, E. H* P* Weltgc 
Zion* A. E. Porter 
Millstadt—Zion, A. B. Limper 
nr Millstadt—Concordia, T* J* Ra&che 
Mlnier—St John, W* A. Mueller 
Minonk—St Paul's, P* Buchmueller 
Mokena—St. John's, W. J. Riemann 
Monee—£t Paul's, W* W. Bloesch 
nr Moro—SL John's, R, P* Zimmerman 
nr Mt Prospect—Prospect Heights Com¬ 
munity, it. F* Klepper 
Murphysboro—St Peter's, 1512 Spruce St., 

E. R. Maul 

Naperville—St John, Van Buren Ave* W* 
of Webster, M. C. Hoefer 
Nashville—St* Paul's* N. Buhrman at E. 

Walnut St* M. R. Zielinski 
New Athens—St John’s, Cor, Market Sc 
Mill, H* W* Rath 
New Baden—Zion* H* L* Behle 
New Design—Zion 
New Hanover—Zoar* W. 1* Biased 
Northbrook—S t* Peter Neighborhood. 

Shermer Rd*. A* H* Bizer 
North Grove—Zion* H, H, Kalkbrenner 
Oak Park—Oak Park Ev, Luth. 54$ S. 

Scovillo Ave.* F* P. Piepenbrok 
O'Fallon—O'Fallon Evan. & Reformed, N. 

Cherry & W, Adams* A* E. Klemme 
Ohhnan—St Paul's, D. Wollgram 
Okawville—St. Peter's, B. A* Wahl 
nr Okawville—St. Paul's* Wm. Jung 
Olney—First, Walnut & Pine Sts.. D. M. 

Tn^klp 

Orangeville—Grace 

Palatine—St* Paul's* 144 E. Chicago Ave*, 
G* G* Gumm 

nr Palatine-—St John, P. H. Beecken 
Fana—St. John's, 303 East Third St.. 
W. A. Hotz 

Papineau—Immanuel, W. E. Maass 
nr Pearl City—Ebenezer* Fr, Bern berg 
nr Pearl City—Salem* E. F. Franz 
Pekin—St. Paul* Seventh & Ann Eliza. 
A* A. Zlmmermann 

Peoria—Immanuel* 810 Avalon PL, C. W, 
Berger 

Feotone—Immanuel, E* H. Plassman 
nr Peotone—St John's, Q. P. Schrupp 
Peru—Zion* 1521 6th St, C. E. Wierth 
Petersburg—St Paul's* 107 North Eighth 
St.. C* H, Boland 

Pinckneyville—St Paul's* 301 E. Jackson 
St., M. P* Schroedel 
Plum Hill—St. John's, F. W* Weltge 
Prairie du Long—-Immanuel, P- H. Schulz 
Prairie du Round—St. Mark's. P. H. Schulz 
Prospect Heights—Prospect Heights Com¬ 
munity Church* R. F- Klepper 
Quincy— 

Trinity, 927 Monroe St* W, M, Gmbowski 
Salem* 9th & State, R. M. Schroedel 
Red Bud—St Peter, H* C. Buege 
nr Red Bud— 

Immanuel, F. Schulz 
St. Markus, P, Schulz 
Richton—St Paul's* W. W* Bloescb 
River Grove—Grace, Budd & Wrfghtwood 
Sts., F. J* Ah file 

Rockford—Bethel, Auburn & Bruner Sts., 
E- J. Dalhaus, Jr, 

Rock Island—Peace, 12th St* & I2tli Ave.. 

F. J, Rolf 

St* Jacob—Evangelical Protestant, L. F- 
Todd _ 

nr Sidney —St Paul* c. E* Hartwig 
Skokie—St Peter's, Oak ton St at Laramie 
Ave.* P. E, Winger 

Smith ton—St John's, A. K. Suedmeyer 
Staunton—St. Paul's* 107 E- Mill St*, A. 
J* Habermehl 

Stone Church—St, Peters* C* W. Berger 
Sum merit eld—St. John's, P. R. Surbey 
nr Sutter—Bethlehem, F. J. Nisi 


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Tamm«—First* F. EL Rockwell 
Thornton—Frledens, Schwab St*, J* E, 
Kleffman 

nr Tioga—Beth any, P* Irion 
Trenton—St. John* E* L. Koch 
Troy—Fried ens* R* H* Mornhinweg 
Union—St. John's, A, R. Lambarth 
Ursa—Zion's, P. C. Jordan 
Valmeyer—St* John’s, R. L* Hosto 
Waterloo—St. Paul* First & Market Sts.* 
G, C* Bassler 

Waukegan—St- John's* 110 N* West St-* 
G* A. Mohr 

West Chicago—St. Michael's* Washington 
and Sherman Sts*. A- Krug 
Wood River—St, John* Sixth & Penning* 
H* W, Wlcbman 

INDIANA 

nr Andrews—St* Paul's 
Aurora—First, Fifth St*, W. G. Smith 
nr Batesville—St* John's Ev. Luth*, E, 
Stroehleln 

Berno—Cross* Baltimore & Main Sts., C, 
A. Schmid 
Bippus—St John's 

Bluff ton—First* Cherry & Marion, M* 
Worthman 

Boonville—St John’s* Cor* 6th & Syca¬ 
more, H, G* Schuessler 
Boundary—St. Paul, H, G. Ferry 
nr Bourbon—St* Paul* N„ B. WierwUle 
Brasil—St John's* 0* G. Scholey 
Bremen—First, 320 S* Center St.* N. B. 
Wlerwllle 

Bretzville—St* John's* F* J. Mehrtens 
Buckskin—St John's, W* A* Schriefer 
Caborn—Immanuel* Ford Rd.* F. H* 
Eversman 

Cannelton—St John’s, Seventh & Taylor, 
E. F. Riske 

Chesterton—St John’s* 3rd & Lincoln* A. 

Beutenmuejler 
Chrianey—Zions 
Clay City— 

St John’s 

St Peter's, H. W* Bredeweg 
Clay Prairie—Community, C. G* Scholey 
Crothersville^—Immanuel* Cor. Kattman 
Ave. & W. Howard St* E. F, Bickcl 
Crown Point—St John's, South Main St, 
P. C, Bloesch 

Culver—Grace* Plymouth & Cass St* V* 
D. Weidler 

nr Culver—Zion, V* D* Weldler 
Cumberland—St, John, F. G. Brune 
Decatur—Zion* 3rd & Jackson Sts*, W. C, 
Feller 

Dubois—St. Peter's, H* E. Walter Dick- 
man n 

Duff—St. Paul, F* J. Mehrtens 
Dyer—Zion, H, J. Meier 
East Chicago— 

First Hungarian* Indiana Harbor* 136th 
& Ivy Sts.* J. B, Szeghy 
First Magyar* 4823 Kennedy Ave*, L. 
Egry 

EIbcrfeld—Zion’s* H, H. Bing 
nr Elberfeld—Zoar* R. J* Baumann 
Elkhart—St, John’s* Harrison & Third 
Sts-, P. H, Konrad 
Evansville— 

Bethel* Jefferson & Garvin. J. O. Roller 
St. John's* Third* Ingle & Market, J, R. 
C, Haas 

St* Lucas* West Virginia St & Baker 
Ave.* A. Haeussler 

St Matthew's, 3007 First Ave.* H. R. 
Voss 

St Paul's 12th Ave* & W. Michigan St., 
T- L. Haas 

Zion, 415 N. W* Fifth St, R. B* Mernitz 
nr Evansville*— 

Bethlehem* Oak Hill Rd.* R. J* Baumann 
St, Paul's, K. Lehmann 
Zoar, New Harmony Way, T. F. Mehl 
Florence—St Jolin 


Fort Branch*—St Luke's, W. A. Schriefer 
nr Fort Branch—St* Paul, G. D* Engel- 
brecht 

Fort Wayne— 

Grace, Lexington Ave. at Webster St* 
J. W. Heistand 

St John’s* W, Washington Blvd, at 
Webster St, J, W* Myers 
Salem, Clinton between Wayne & Berry 
Francesville—Salem, E. H. Guinther 
nr Franc esville—St, James, E, H. Guinther 
nr Frankfort—St. Luke, M. J. Sprunger 
Fr e elan d vil le—‘Beth el * A, H, Wegener 
nr Fulda—Trinity 
Gary- 

First* 1129-1139 W, 5th Ave.* J. M. 
Johnson 

First Hungarian, 1300 Jackson St, B. 
J. Sathmary 

Goshen—First* 110 S. Fifth St* E. C- 
Kollath 
Hammond— 

First Magyar, 603 Indiana Ave,* J, B. 
Szeghy 

Immanuel* 70 Q Sibley St* P. G. Schaeffer 
Holland—Angus tana, G. Nussmann 
nr Holland—St. Paul* L* B. Sehnuek 
Honduras—St, Lukes, H, H. Meekstroth 
nr Howell* Salem* F. H. Evers man 
Hudson—St, Johns 

nr Huntertown—Salem (Dutch Ridge) 
Hunt Ingburg—Salem* Fourth & Walnut 
Sts., T. F, Schumacher 
Huntington—St, Peter's* 216 Etna Ave., 
R. B. Meekstroth 
Indianapolis— 

Carrollton Ave., Carrollton Ave* & 44th 
St.* R. Rettig 

First 3102 E, Tenth St* R. E* Welsser 
Friedens, 230 Parkway Ave.* R* C. 
Kuebter 

Garfield Park* 743 Pleasant Run Park¬ 
way, S. Drive, N. H* Schultz 
Immanuel, 1035 S, New Jersey St,* C, 
E, SItler 

Pleasant Run Blvd.* 57 Pleasant Run 
Blvd.* R. C* Windhorst 
St, John's, 852 Sanders, E. A. Fiepenbrok 
St Paul's, 13th St. & Carrollton Ave*. 
E. H* Klin gel 

St Paul, 711 N, Belmont Ave.* W* H. 
Knierim 

Second. Pleasant Sc Shelby Sts** W* F. 
Lahr 

Trinity, Perkins & E. Raymond Sts* 
Zion. North &. New Jersey Sts*, F* R, 

Osirics 

nr Indianapolis—Zion* Post Rd. & Troy 
Ave., R. E. Briggeman 
Inglefteld—Salem’s, M. F. Haas 
Jasper—Trinity, 8th St-, near S* Clay* F. 

J* Mehrtens _ 

Jeffersonville—St* Luke's, Walnut & E 
Maple Sts,, J* B* Youngen 
KrantzvUle—St. Peter, T* L* Haas 
Lafayette— 

St. John's, 11th & Elizabeth Sts*, J. A, 
Keller 

Salem, 10th & Ferry Sts,* L. H, Gunne- 
mann 

nr Lamar—St. Peter’s 
La Porte—St. Paul's, 1103 Lincoln Way, 
V* P. Frohne 

Lawrenceburg—Zion* 340 Walnut* H. G. 
Ya ggl 

Linton—Saron, 1st & D Sts,, N. E.* 
H. O, Renken 
Uppe—-Zions 

nr Lynnvllle—St* Matthew's* G, D- Engel - 
brecht 

Maglev—Salem, J, M. Michael 
nr Mcdaryville—St* John's. E, H* Guinther 
Michigan City—St, John’s, Franklin at 
Ninth* A* P. Hardt 
Millers burg—Zion 

Mishawaka—St* Andrew's, 112 W* 3rd, 
R. L Rebman 

Mt. Vernon—Trinity, £15 E. 5th St*, A. E. 
Binder 


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Mulberry—Trinity, M. J. Sprunger 
New Albany—St Mark's, 214 W. Spring 
St, T. N. Tierney er 

Newburgh—Zion, First &. King Sts,, W. 
J. Hillman 

New Middletown—New Middletown 
New Palestine—Zion, D* H. Moritz 
New Pittsburgh—Grace, PL G. Perry 
Parkers Settlement—St Peters, Lb Birit- 
s ten gel 

Penntown—St John, J. J, Kalkbrenner 
nr Pleasant take—Trinity 
Plymouth—First, Adams & Center Sts.* 
H. D, Voss 

Poland—Zions. W, E. Scherry 
Rising Sun—i’irst. High St. & 5th, E. A. 
Caldwell 

Salamunia—Salamonia, H. G. Perry 
San Pierre—St Luke's, M. Miller 
Santa Claus—St Paul's, C. W. Gaum 
Sellersburg—St. Paul's, Main St, E. F. 
Bickel 

Shelbyvilie—First, Pike & Franklin Sts.* 
H- F, Rasche 

nr Shelbyvilie—Zion, J. W. Dickmann 
South Eend— 

St Peters, 415 W. LaSalle Aye, & N* 
Williams St, P. A, Rasche 
Zion, 235 S. St. Peter, W , W. Goffeney 
Tell City—First, 10th & Jefferson Sts., H. 

H, Peters 
Tcrrp 

Bethany. 26 North 35th St, J. E- Bishop 
St- Paul, 12th & Eagle Sts., R. E. Vitz 
Zion, Eighth & Ohio Sts,, F, W. Puhl- 
mann 

Urbana—St. Peter’s, W. A. Luedtke 
Vera Cruz—St Johns. H. H. Meckstroth 
Vincennes—St John, 600 North Fifth, E. 
J. A, Koch 

Wabash—St Matthew's, Walnut & Hunt¬ 
ington, 

nr Wakarusa—Zions, P. It Fobanz 
Wanatah—Salem, M. Miller 
Warren ton—St. Stephen’s, H. H. Ring 
Westphalia—Salem, J. H. Overbeck 
Whiting—First Hungarian, 1927 Indian¬ 
apolis Blvd.* L. Egry, 

Woodland—St John's, P* B- Pobanz 


IOWA 

Ackley—St Johns, 3rd & State Sts., F. C. 
Kroll 

ALden—Immanuel, R, J. Ellers 
Alexander—St John's, Herbert H, Winter- 
meyer 

AUeman—Salem's, F. E. Stuck! 

Atlantic—Peace, 701 Walnut St, O. G. A. 
Eyrich 

nr Baxter—Bethany. A, H, Tendtck 
Bennett—Peace, W. W. Wetz 
Big Rock—Immanuel 
Buckeye—Peace, R, J. Eilers 
Burlington- 

First. 6th & Columbia Sts.. R. G. Beck 
St Luke, 1201 S, 14 th St* A. F. Schem- 
mer 

Zion, 402 N. 5th St 
Calumet—Zion* A. L. Schieler 
nr Cedar Falls—St Paul 
Cedar Rapids— 

Czech. 1510 Second St., S, W.. M. Filipi 
First, Sth Ave. & L. gt* S, W., F. H. 
Haag 

Clarence—St John's, F. J. Mittler 
Clarksville—Immanuel. H. A. Schulz 
Columbus Junction-—Trinity, Oak Street 
Con esville—Grace 

Council Bluffs—St. John's, 440 East 
Pierce St, A. G, Crisp 
nr Council Bluffs—St Paul's 
Creston—St John's, 601 S. Maple St, G, 
G. Bratzel 

Denver—St. Paul, F. W. Schnathorst 
Donnellson—St Paurs, B. K. Schneider 
Dysart—Peace* F. Tschudy 
H3 kad er—Peace, p, F- Kltterer 


Ell Town—Peace 

Fort Madison—St John’s, 10th & Ave E., 
J. C. Bierbaum 

Franklin—St. Peter’s, A. E. Bergey 
Fredericksburg—Peace, West St, P- W. 
Weltge 

Garber—St. John's, S, E. Blrkner 
Garner—Zion 

nr Geneva—St Peter, W, J, Becker 
Gladbrook—Peace, West Church St* H. 
w. Barten 

nr Griswold—St, John’s 

Hamburg—Zion, Jefferson Sc E Sts., A. W. 

. Yungsch lager 

nr Hampton—Immanuel, Herbert H, Win- 
term cyer 

Hartley—Trinity* B. H. RomanowskI 
nr Haverhill—St, John’s. E. Bur rich ter 
Hornlck—SL John’s. G. T. Haller 
Hubbard—Zion* A. 1. Kruetzmann 
Imogene—St. Paul’s 

Keokuk—St Paul, llth & Exchange Sts.* 
A. H. Btaping 

Klemme—Immanuel, C. Grosshueseh 
La tty—Zion 

Ledyard—Bethany* E. F, Nuss 
LeMars—St John, First St & 4th Ave., 
S. W.* E. J. E. Broetzmann 
Lincoln—Salem Federated (Bethlehem)* 
E- R. Klaudt 

Liscomb—Grace* A. Mafzner 
Lone Tree—Evangelical & Reformed* 
Jayne St, W, Hansen 
Lowden—Zion, N. S. Roberts 
Manly—St Paul's 

Maple ton—St Peter's. 6th & Ring Sts.. 
E. G. OUe 

Maquoketa—First, Locust & Niagara, 
nr Marengo—-St Paul, E. Jasmann 
Marshalltown—Peace, 4th Ave. & Linn 
Sts.. O. E. Baumann 
nr Massena—at Peter's 
Melbourne—St. John* 3rd St & 4th Ave.* 
R, G, Grosshueseh 

Mon tic ello—Evangelical & Reformed* 222 
N. Elm SL,, A. Mast 
nr. Moscow—Trinity. J. M, Newgard 
Muscatine—Evangelical & Reformed* 313 
Sycamore St, L). F. Koelling 
nr Nashua—St John’s* P. F. Vender Ohe 
New Albin—St. Peter's, P. H. Franzmeier 
nr New Albin—St. John's* E. Roth 
nr Newell-—St John's 
nr Newton— 

St John's, E, Burrlehter 
Zoar, F. W. Malin 

Oskaloosa—First, South D St & 3rd Ave. 

West, F. A. Meusch 
nr Peterson—St John's* F, Paul 
Pleasant Valley’—First, G. E. Hesse 
Pomeroy—First, E. H, Nussmann 
Primghar—St. John* A L Schieler 
Primrose—Zion's, A. E. Bergey 
nr Schaller—Emmanuel, G. W. Troese 
Schleswig—Friedcns* A. F. Rinne 
Sigourney—St. Paul, 400 E, Elm St., 
Sioux City—Grace* 1421 West 6th St, 
H, G. Held 

nr Sumner—St, Paul’s* J. Flottmann 
Tipton—St. John’s, Sth Sc Cedar Sts.* O. 

H, Schroer 
Tripoli—St. Peter’s 
Valley—St, Paul’s, M. J. Fhlllipl 
Walnut—Peace, T. A. Thomas 
Washington—St. Paul's, W. Madison St. 

& S. Ave.* B.* M. J. PhilllpI 
Waukon—Zion, Cor. Lincoln Ave & 
Worcester St, E. L. Hen nig 
nr Waukon—Salem* E. M. DeBuhr 
WAverly—Peace, Cor. 1st St. & 3rd Ave., 
N. W., R, R. Winkelmann 
nr Waverly—St John’s, W. G. Mauch 
nr Wellsburg—St. Peter’s 
West Burlington—St Paul's, SOI W. Mt 
Pleasant St., T. C. P. Baur 
nr West Burlington—St. John's 
WesUJde-^St John's, E* G. Otte 
Wheatland—St. Paul’s, C. K Koehler 
nr Williemjburg—Zion* SI Jasmann 


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Wilton Junction—Grace, J* M, Newgard 
Zwi ngl i—H armony 


KAjfSA S 

Abilene—Graces SQ3 N* Buckeye, C* B. 
Bryant 

Alida—St* John's, W. H* Sabbert 
Alma—Peace, A, O* Engelmann 
nr Baldwin City—St John's, H. M< 
Awiszus 

nr Belvue—Immanuel 
nr Bern—Friedens 

nr Bluff City—St Paul's, A, F, Weiner 
Cheney—Trinity, 3rd A Range Sts,, I* 
W. R, Breach 

Colby—St John's, M* F* Lichte 
Ell in wood—Immanuel, 2nd & Main Sts.. 
R. F. Richter 

nr Elmo—New Basel, J, I* Niensted 
Eudora—St Pauls, K. F* Baur 
Fairview—First C, Ringer 
Hardtner—St John's, A. F. Werner 
Herndon—Immanuel, M. F* Lichte 
Hiawatha—Bethany, 6th & Shawnee Sts. 
Holsington—Ebenezer* 224 Bast Third St, 
nr Hois Ington—Schoenf eld 
Holy rood—St Paul, E* Pfundt 
Hudson—-Trinity, B. W. Kasper 
nr Hudson—Peace, It A. Anderson 
Inman—St. Peters, W* Jassmann 
Junction City—Zion, 232 W. 9th St, W. 
H. Sabbert 

Kansas City—Zion, 716 Nebraska Ave., 
Harold H* Becker 

Lawrence—St. Paul's, 811 Ill. St, K* F* 
Baur 

Leavenworth—Salem, 2nd Ave., Arch & 
5th Sts., H. H* Poetter 
Marysville—Evangelical, 10th & Elm Sts., 
E. J. Bowers 

Newton—Immanuel, Seventh & Plum Sts., 
I>. Buehmueller 

nr Newton—Trinity, W. K. Schulz 
nr Nickerson—Midland, G* W. Kuta 
nr Facia—Zion 
Vesper—Immanuel, E- Pfundt 
nr Wathena—Zion, C* H. Schmidt 
Wichita— 

First, 269 E* Kellogg St, J. W. Keener 
Salem* 158 N, Madison, P* P. Press. Jr. 


KENTUCKY 

Alexandria—St. Paul's, Main & Jefferson, 
J, G* Sutz 

Bellevue—St, John* Ward & Fairfield 
Avcs., A, H. Knipping 
Bromley—Immanuel, Boone & Harris Sts., 
U- F, Johansmann 
Covington— 

Grace* Cor. Willard Sc Lockwood Sts.* 
U* F. Johansmann 
St Mark* 38th & Park, F. C, Scholl 
St Paul, 11th & Baukllck Sts,* F. Wig- 
germatin 

Dayton—St Paul, 524 Fourth Ave., A. J, 
A. Wahl 

Fort Thomas—Christ, Ft Thomas Ave. & 
Audubon Place, K. B. Kollath 
Henderson—Zion, First & N. Ingram Sts., 
D, Schlinkmann 
Louisville— 

Bethel, Frankfort & Meridian Ave., W. 
H. Zlnke 

Bethlehem, Sixth Sc Hill Sts,* J. Peri 
Christ, 1228 E. Breckenridge St, W. 
L. Krueger 

Filth, Preston & Hart Sts,, C, V. Rhodes 
Grace Immanuel, 1612 Story Ave*, R. 
Volkena 

Immanuel, 2306 Taylorsville Rd. P R. R. 
Groves 

Lynnhurst, 1066 Lynnhurat Ave*, H. H* 

Milton Ave., 353 Milton Ave*, F* W. 
Koehler 

Parkland, 26th A Grand Avo* 


St James, 3500 Taylor Blvd* t K, C, 
Rathert 

St John's, Clay Sc Market Sts*, T. 5. 
Schlundt 

St Lukes* 1916-18 West Jefferson St, 
F* Fahrenkamp 

St Matthew, 607 E. St Catherine St., 
W, J* Haifter 

St Paul's, 219 E* Broadway, M* Baas 
St Peter's, 1231 West Jefferson St, P. 
F* Hausmann 

Salem, 1716 Prentice St, P* J* Schlueter 
Sunny dale, Dixie Highway at Rate 1 iffe 
Ave., C. V* Rhodes 

West Louisville, Forty-first & Herman 
Sts., H* J., Weber 

Zion, 536 East Broadway, C* H. Schmitt 
Newport—St* Paul, 24 B* 8th St, J. F. 
Goebel 

Owensboro—Zion, Seventh Sc Allen, R* F* 
Tormohlen 

Paducah—Unity, 425 S* Fifth St, A* H* 
Behle 


LOUISIANA 

New Orleans—■ 

Bethany, S. Broad & General Taytor 
St H 8 Ritter 

Bethel, 2613 North Miro, O* C* Lauben- 
gayer 

First, 1831 Carondelet St, H. F* J* Rest 
Jackson Ave**Jackson Ave* & Chippewa 
St* R. F. Buck 

Metairie, 7 Metairie Court, N. A. Maunz 
St John's, Belfast Sc Joliet Sts.* W* C* 
Anderson 

St Mai the w* 1333 S. Carrollton Ave., L* 
Schwelckhardt 

St. Paul's* Eleanore & Patton Sts., A. 
A* Blome 

Salem, Camp & Milan Sts„ P* R* Meyer 
Trinity, Canal & N* Murat Sts.. A. J. 
Scherer 


MARYLAND 

Adamstown-—Trinity* M. R, W. Andreas 
Annapolis—-St Martin's, 16 Francis Sts.. 
H. W. Koch, Jr. 

Ardmore—Ardmore Union, C* Enders 
Baltimore— 

Bethel* Baltimore St* Sc Eltwood Ave., 
W, R. Strietelmeier 

Christ, Beason & Decatur Sts*, J* S* 
Hoilenbach 

Faith, Patterson Pk* Ave* & Gough Sts.. 
H. M. Light 

First Sc St. Stephen's, 6915 York RcL, 
H* A. W. Schaeffer 

First United, 1728 Eastern Ave*, C. T* 
Schaefer 

Friedens, 219-27 N. Chester St, M. 
Manrodt 

Grace, 1404-141S S* Charles St, P. 
Nagy, Jr. 

Huber Memorial Ev* Luth., The Ala¬ 
meda at Twenty-ninth St, E* H. 
Bueneman 

Immanuel* Bentalou & Lanvale Sts., J* 
F, Grauel 

Messiah* North & Druid Hill Ave*. C. S* 
Hartman 

Messiah, Gwynn Oak Sc Kriel St* H. S* 
Shue 

Morrell Park, 1805 Wiekes Ave., J, D. 
Kehoe 

St John's, Concordia Ev* Luth.* Rel¬ 
ate rstown Rd* & Elgin Ave** E, J* F. 
Dettbarn 

St John's Ev. Luth*, W. Lombard & 
Catherine St* W* H, Kochheim 
St Lukes* Fayette Sc Carey, F* Q* Gabler 
St Mark's, Hoffman St. Me Codington 
Ave*, J* R, T* Hedeman 
St Matthew's* Mayfield, Norman A 
Lake Ave,. G* Siegen thaler 
St Paul'* 410 N* Calhoun & Mulberry 
St. J* A, Geaohwlnd 
Third* Mohawk Ave* nr Liberty Height*, 
A H. Groff 


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Trinity, 1234 West 36th St, C, T, King 
United* Bast Ave* & Dillon St* TT 
Lehmann , ^ _ 

United Charch of St. Luke & St John, 
Baltimore & Pulaski Sts., F* A- Lelby 
Zion, Harford Road & lqjia Terrace. 
N* L* Horn _ L „ ^ 

Boonsboro—Trinity, Church St, P* V* 
Helm 

Brunswick—First, 122 West Potomac St. 
IT, H. Fravel 

Buekeystown—St* John's, M* K* W* An¬ 
dreas 

Burklttsvllle—Resurrection, P. E* Saylor 
Cambridge—Immanuel, Peach Blossom 
Ave. & Robbins St*, T. F, Fischer 
Cavetown—Christ's, J. Q. Zechman 
Charlesville—Zion* M. F, Sollinger 
Clearspring—St. John's, J, W. Huffman 
nr Clearspring—St* Paul's, J. W. Huffman 
Corriganville—St John’s, Mt Savage Rd*. 
Cumberland— „ 

St Mark's, Park & Harrison Sts., C. H. 
Clapp 

Zion, 405-407 N* Mechanic St, F* D. 
Oberkircher 

nr Downsvllle—Mt Moriah, P. V. Helm 
EllersUe—Redeemer's 

Emmltsburg—Church of the Incarnation. 

W. Main St* E. F* Welker 
FeagavlUe—Mt* Zion, E. L* Werner 
Frederick— _ , _ _ _ 

Evangelical, 13 West Church St, P. I* 

Altnouse , „ 

Grace, 25 East Second St. 

Froatburg— . _ __ _ . 

Salem, 78 Broadway. G* L* Wohler 
Sion, 160 E. Main St. W. D* Mehrltng 
Funks town—Christ's. J. O* Zechman 
Grantsville—St- John's, G. K. Ely 
Hagerstown— „ 

Christ's. 134 W- Franklin, F* K. Eyster 
and G* H. Sperry „ _ ^ 

Zion* 201 N. Potomac St„ S, R* Wagner 
nr Hagerstown—Salem, F. K. Eyster and 
G. H, Sperry 
High ft eld—St. Stephen’s 
Jacksonville—First H. A* W* Schaeffer 
Jefferson—Jefferson, E, L* Werner 
Keedvsville—Mt Vernon, 26 Main St., 
P, V. Helm 

KeysvlUe—Grace, P* G, Rready 
Llnebcro—Lazarus. A- M. Leister 
Manchester^—Trinity, York St* A. M. 
leister 

Middle River—Zion Evan. Luth* Golden 
Ring Rd., J. W* Schauer, Sr. 
Middletown—Christ, Church St, P. E. 
Saylor 

Mt. Pleasant—Mt Pleasant 

New Germany—Trinity, L S* Monn 

nr Pearl—Grace Trinity 

Pleasant Hill—Grace. M. F. Sollinger 

Rocky Ridge—Mt, Tabor, W* H. Groff 

Sabillasvllle—St* John’s . 

Sharpsburg—Christ, Main St.* P. V. Helm 
Sliver Run—St Mary's, A- E. Shenberger 
Snydersburg—St. Mark's. A* M. Leister 
Taney town—Grace, W* Baltimore St, G. 

P, Bready M 

Thurmont'—Trinity, W. H. Groff 
nr Thurmont—Apple's. W* H. Groff 
Tyrone—Emmanuel (Baust), M* S. Reif- 
"snyder 

Utica—St Paul. M. F. Sollinger 
Walkersville—Glade. E* F* Hoffmder 
Westminster—St* Paul's, 17 Bond St** J. 
E. Lippy 

nr Westminster— 

Benjamin, J. K. Brantley 
Jerusalem. J* K. Brantley 
St. Matthew, J. K. Brantley 
Wolfsville—St, James, J, O. Zechman 
Woodlawn—Messiah, Ev, Luth*, Gwynn 
Oak Ave. & Kriel St*. H. S* Shue 
Woodiboro—St John'*, E. F* Hoffmeier 


MASSACHUSETTS 

Boaton—Cbrlst* 120-122 Chestnut Ave., 
Jamaica Plain, R* Howard Paine 
Holy ok e—German, Sargeant & Elm Sts*., 
E, C. Stuebi 

MICHIGAN 

Adair—First, Chapin St* H. E* Totzke 
Albion—Salem, 113 W, Pine St, A. F. 
Selmikeit 

Ann Arbor—Bethlehem, 423 S. 4th Ave.* 
T* R. Sehmale and C* C. It Loew 
Baroda—Zion, W* Krummel 
Bay City—First, 1710 W. Weuona Ave.* 
T* L. HefRey 

nr Brutus—Zion, R* H* Staple 
Casco—St James 

Chelsea—St Paul's, E* Summit St. P. 
H. Grabowskl 

nr Chelsea—St John's, J* Fontana 
Detroit— 

Bethany, Seminole & Vemor Highway. 
E. F* Mayer 

Bethel, 2270 West Grand Blvd*, R* C. 
Stanger 

Christ, Roosevelt & Myrtle* G* E. Gaiser 
First* Fischer & Canfield Ave., J. F. 
Meyer 

First Hungarian, Cor* West End & 
Vanderbilt Aves„ Z. A- Vajda 
Grace, 2351-55 E. Grand Blvd*, C* A. 
Albright 

Immanuel, Livernois Ave* at Morse st* T 
K. Rest 

Messiah, August & Dickerson 
Redeemer, J* R, King School, Grove & 
Cheyenne, G, C* Sennewaid 
St. John's, Russell near Gratiot, C* F. 
Resting 

St* Luke, Rohns & Warren Ave*, A. G. 
Frohne 

St* Mark, 1953 Military Ave,, T. S* 
Buchmueller 

St* Matthew's, Concord & Stuart* A. 
B. Meyer 

St* Paul's, 17th & Rose Sts.* A. A. 
Suedmeyer 

St. Peter's, 4343 Lawndale Ave*, F* M 
Engelsdorfer 

St. Peter's, 15325 Gratiot Ave., H, E, 
Harsh 

Trinity* 9317 W. Fort St., E* F* Lawrenz 
Trinity* 340 W. Seven Mile Rd,* T* C. 
Wlemer 

Dexter—St* Andrews, 7610 Ann Arbor St.. 
E. W* C. Drewa 

nr Dowagiac—Zion, G* B, Kreuzenstein 
Elk Rapids—St- John's 
Farmington—Salem, 33424 Oak lend Rd., 
C- H- Schultz 
Flint- 

First, 402 E. Gillespie Ave., A. Weln- 
brauek 

Flint Magyar, 1144 Campau Ave., A. 
Nagy 

Forestville—Unity, F. Bohn 
Francisco—St. John's, P. H. Grabowski 
Fraser—Zion, 32500 Utica Rd., R. L. 
Malchow 

Fulton—First, 120 E. Church Street 
Galien—St Peter's, L* J* KUng 
Grand Haven—St- Paul's, Fulton & Sev¬ 
enth, K. M. Delroy 

Grand Rapids-—St John's, 348 Mt* Vernon 
Ave*. N* W., T- H. Franke 
Grosse Pointe Park—Grace, Lakepolnte at 
Kercheval* W. S* Press 
Inkster, St Paul, 24153 Goddard Rd, f W, 
J. Kuhlman 

Jackson* St. John's, SOI S. Mechanic St, 
O. W. Wagner 

Kalamazoo—Hungarian, 610 Mill St*, B. 
Jozsa 

Lansing—St. Paul's, Walnut & Genesee 
Sts., F* H* Rupnow 
Manchester—Emanuel, H* S. von Hague 
nr Manchester—Bethel, W* F* Baiimaap 


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Marine City—St. John's. 227 West Blvd., 
H. E. Totzke 

Menominee—Trinity, 823 Ogden Ave., E. 
J. Elshoff 

ML Clemens—Zion's, 70 New St., J, Wulf- 
mann 

Muskegon—St, John's, Cor. Diana Sc Pine 
SL, A. T. Hosto 

New Buffalo—St. John's, U. S- No. 12 & 
Barker St.. V. F. Frohne 
Niles—SL John's, 601 Sycamore, T, Eisen 
Owosso—St. John's, 429 N, Washington, 
H. J. Kurz 

Petoskey—Emmanuel, Emmet and Grove 
Sts,, R, H, Staple 

Pontiac—Bethel, 109 Mariva SL, A. H. 
Meyer 

Port Hope—Zion, F. Bohn 
Port Huron—SL John's, Cor. Seventh & 
Pine, E. J. Soell 

Port Sanilac. Federated, E, J. Soell 
Richmond—First, 220 Maple, R. L. Hosto 
Royal Oak—Emmanuel, Sixth & Lafayette 
Aves„ T. A, Goebel 
Saginaw— 

Immanuel Evan. Loth., 1502 Main, J. 
Eichhorn 

SL Mark's, Lapeer Sc Third, G. J. Hafer- 
mehl 

St Joseph— 

St. Peter's, Church & Pearl Sts., E. A, 
Kuhn 

Zion, Niles & Harrison, E. A. Irion 
Saline—St. Paul's, Cor. Michigan Ave, & 
Lewis Street, Alvin Slcmsen 
nr Saline—St. James* C. A, Haneberg 
Three Oaks—SL John’s, 10 W. Ash SL, 
L. J. Kling 

Warren—SL Paul, 31654 Mound Rd,, C. 
H. Grathwohl 

nr Waterviiet—SL Paul's* G. B. Kreuzen- 
stein 

Wyandotte—SL John, Fourth at Chestnut, 
W, F, A. Simon 


MINNESOTA 

Annandale—Emmanuel, E, G. Buck 
nr Arlington-—SL John's Ev, Luth, 
Barnesvllle—SL Paul, O. H. Buchmueller 
Bertha—Peace, E. FL Rapp 
Bongards—St. John's, E, H. Opperman 
B ra wns v 111 e—Z i on 
Ceylon—St. John's, H. G, Ott 
Cottage Grove — SL Matthew's, J, Frank 
Dahlgren—Zoar, E. H. Opperman 
Delan o—E v angel ical 
nr Dent—SL John, P. Reichert 
Duluth—St, Paula, Tenth Ave, East Sc 
3rd SL, F. J. Lowenbergh 
Eden Valley—Peace, H. O. Willman 
Eitzen—St, Lukes, H. W. Radi off 
Esslg—Peace, F. R, Iseli 
Eyota—SL Pauls, J. G. Siegle 
Fairmont—SL John's, Cor, Main & Third, 
W. A. Werth 

Faribault—SL Luke's, 8th SL Sc Fifth 
Ave. N. W., W. H. Meyer 
Fergus Fails—First, 1224 Baird Ave,, N., 
E, F. Menger 

Forest City—St- Matthew, H. Q. Willman 
Free burg, Peace, P, H, Franzmeier 
Glencoe—Peace, Cor* W, Franklin & Ford, 
R. A. Happel 

nr Granada—SL Paul's, H, G, Ott 
Hamburg—SL Paul's* O, J, Vrlesen 
Henderson—St. Paul's, O. A. Mann 
Hermantown—St. Paul's, F. J. Lo’wenbergh 
Hokah—Zion, Main St. 
nr Hutchinson—SL John's, R. A Happel 
nr Hutchinson—Trinity, R. A Happel 
Kenyon—SL Matthews, V. W. Grupe 
nr Lake Elmo—SL Lucas. J, Koch 
Lester Prairie—Evangelical, H. B. Burkett 
Le Sueur—Zion, Rlsdorf A Third Sts., E. 

W. Krueger 
nr Le Sueur— 

St, Paul's Ev, Luth., E, J. Stech 
Salem's, Ev, Luth., EL J. 8tech 


Lewiston—St. Paul's, R, R, Hunger 
Little Falls—St. John's, 3rd St. & 4th 
Ave. N. E„ F. H. Kalkbienner 
Long Prairie—Zion's, E. R, Rapp . 

Maple Lake—Bethlehem, E. G. Buck 
Medicine L^te—Immunuel. S. G, Schick 
Millville— dTace, J. H. Doellefeld 
Minneapolis— 

Faith, 4301 1st Ave. S-, R, E. Weisser 
SL John's, 2307 24th Ave, N., S. G. Schick 
Minnesota Lake—Peace, E. Merz 
nr Minnesota Lake, SL Paul's, Otto Rapp 
New Ulm—Peace, 22 N. State SL, F. R, 
Iseli 

Norwood—Peace, C, H, Zeyber 
Perham—Zion, Beaver St., P, Belchert 
Plato—St- Paul s. J, H. Bunge 
nr Plato—Fricdens, Peter Schild 
Rice—Christ, F. H. Kalkbrenner 
Rochester—Peace. Broadway & 7th St, 
N. W.. R. R. Hunger 
SL Charles—SL John's. R. G. Siegle 
SL Cloud-Peace, 8th Ave, & 4th SL, S.. 
G. F. Steffen 

St. James—Peace, W. A. Werth 
St. Paul— 

Peace, Forest A Heaney Sts, p A. M. 
Krueger 

SL John's, 355 King SL, I. B. Stegner 
St. Paul s, St. Peter & Tilton Sts., K. 
Koch and E. R. Koch 
Sanborn—Christ, F, R, Iseli 
nr Sauk Rapids—Christ. G. F. Steffen 
Stillwater—St, Peter's, S, Broadway SL, 
J. L Niensted 

Thellman—St. Paul's, J. M. Doellefeld 
Wabasha—Trinity, 309 E. Second St., J. 
M. Doellefeld 

Wadena—St. Paul's, E. R. Rapp 
nr Waldorf—Zoar, G. Rapp 
Welcome—St. Paul's, A. C. Munz 
nr WestConcord—Zwlngli. K. M. Keilhorn 
Wheeling—SL John’s, V. W, Grupe 


MISSISSIPPI 

Bltoxi— 

Back Bay Mission, 424 Chartres SL, 
H, M, Nottrott 

First, Ev. Luth., Thomas Sc Jackson 
Sts., B. A. Behrens 


MISSOURI 

Aff ton—Eden, 8920 Eden Ave.* E. H. 
Dickbernd 

Ama zon i a—St. John 'a 

nr Antonia—St. Luke's, Arthur P. Lau- 

bengayer 

Arrow Rock—Zion, Seventh SL 
Augusta—Ebenezer. L. B. Dohrmann 
Bay-—Zion, A. C. Rasche 
nr Bay—St* Paul, T. A, Tuenge 
Belief on tainc—SL John's, S, A* 
Schmiechen 

nr Bern—St- John's H, E. Sfahlhut 
Berger—SL John, J, A. Kreuzer 
Big Berger—Bethany. H. Hoeppner 
Big Springs—St. James. H, G. Kroehler 
Billings—St. Peter's, R. G. A. Bareis 
Billingsvllle—SL John's. H. G, Rieder 
Bixby—Christ Community 
Blackburn—SL Paul's, 307 N, Main, Aug. 

L, Brueggemann 
Bland—Zion, F* C. Anderson 
Boonville—Evangelical, 7th Sc E. Spring, 
E. F. Abele 

Brazfjo—Friedens, H. J. Damm 
California- 

Evangelical, 101 N. Oak SL, P. E. 
Schoppe 

Salem, P, R Schoppe 
Cape Girardeau—Christ, Ellis Sc Merrl- 
wether Sts., A, H, Franke 
nr Cape Girardeau—Salem, A. H. Franke 
Cappcin—St. John's, R. H. Froeschner 
Casco—SL John* H. E. Kuhn 
Case—Bethel 

Catawlsea—Evangelical Society, W, EL 
Lynch 


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Cedar Hill—SL Martin % F, W* Beyer 

Chamois—SL John's, W, H* Seyfert 
Charlotte—St. James, P. G. Wuebben 
Clayton—Samuel, SOI 2 Maryland Ave«* J* 
W. Flucke 
nr Clayton— 

St- Paul's 

Zion, Balias & Clayton Rds.* J* O. Polster 
Clear Creek—St. Paul's E. Gander 
Columbia—Student Chapel, SIS Hitt St, 
C. F, Stoerker 

Concordia—Bethel, Sth & Gordon Sts., M. 
B, Ernst 

Cooper Hill—St Paul's, F. C. Anderson 
nr Cosby—Hope, W, Baumgartner 
CottleviilL—St John's, T, M. Haefele 
nr Deepwater—Hebron 
Defiance—St. Paul's, L, B, Dohrmann 
DeSoto—Frledens* Third St Boyd Sts. 
nr Be Soto—Ebenezer 
nr Dituner—St. Martin's, F, W. Beyer 
Emma—St John, M. E- Ernst 
Femme Osage—bemme Osage, J. H* Mann 
Ferguson—Immanuel, 11 Lewis St. 
Florence—St John's 
Fredericksburg—St. Peter's 
Fulton—Fulton, Fifth Sc Jefferson, It G. 
Herrmann 

Gerald—St Paul’s, R* C. Koch 
nr Gerald—Ebenezer* E> C. Koch 
Gladden—Shannondale Community, V. W. 
Bucher 

Grand Pass—St Duke’s* W* W. Kramme 
Gumbo—St Thomas, W. C. Gabler 
Hartsburg—Peace, C. I* Hille 
Hermann—St Paul 

Hlgginsville—Salem, Cor. Main & 15 th 
St, T, Hauck 

High Hill—St. John's* G. A. Roedder 
High Ridge—St, Martin* H, P. Baur 
Hoiste i n—Immanuel 

Independence—St Luke’s, 500 N, Main 
St., J. S. Gohde 

Indian Camp—St. Johns, A. E, Kattcrjohn 
Jackson—Emanuel* 300 E 1st South St, 
H. G. Borne 

nr Jackson—St John’s, J. H. Mayer 
Jamestown—St Paul's, P* P, Krause 
nr Jamestown—Advent, A. F. Schulz 
Jeffriesburg—St- Jordan, A, A. Van Camp 
Jefferson City—-Central 707-715 Washing¬ 
ton St,, H. J. Da mm 

Kahoka^St Paul's* cor. Washington & 
Chestnut Sts., C. F, Kroenlein 
Kansas City— 

St Paul's, 14th & Topping Sts, 

St. Paul’s, 36 th & Wabash Ave.* G. A, 
Teske 

St Peters, 3115 Linwood Blvd., R. C, 
Kien 1 e 

Lab a die—Pilgrim, W. Everett Lynch 
Levasy—Ebenezer, E. F* Puhlmann 
Lexington"—Trinity* 14th & Franklin Ave., 
D, C- J ensen 

Llppstadt—Evangelical, G. A, Roedder 
Little Rock—Salem 

Manchester—St. John, Sulphur Springs 
Rd.* P. A. Wobus 

Maplewood'—Christ, Bellevue & Bruno 
Ave*. C. F* Fritsch 
Marthasville—St Paul, L. E* Ebert 
Mawiew—Zions, 103 N* Mary St, H, J. 
Schoettle 

Mehlville—St John’s, A. F. Alberswerth 
nr Mora—Immanuel 
Morrison—St. James, E. Beier 
Moscow Mills—Frledens, E. Albers 
nr Mt Vernon—Zion, J. Neuenschwander 
Napoleon—St. Paul's, E. Gander 
New Franklin—Immanuel, N, C. Schultz 
New Haven—St. Peter, H* O, Hein 
New Melle—Friedens, R. H. Frocschner 
Oak field—Zion, W* Everett Lynch 
Oakville—St. Paul'a 
nr Old Monroe—St. Paul 
Overland’—Calvary, 8835 Graceland, L H, 
Lammert 

Owensville—St Peter's. H, E. Stahlhut 
nr ParkvUle—St Matthew 


Pershing—Ztoas 
Pinckney—St John's 

Pleasant Grove—St Peter's, P. P. Krause 
Rhineland—St. Marcus 
nr Rockville—Community 
nr Ry ora—Ebenezer, T. A. Tuenge 
St Charles—St John's, 5th & Jackson 
Sts., C. H- Rohlfing 
nr St. Charles—Frledens, T. Wobus 
St* Clair—St John's, A. B* Gaebe 
St Joseph— 

First, 10th & Lincoln Sts.* J, B. Bloom 
Trinity, 15th & Lafayette St 
Zion, Ninth & Faraon Sts*, F. Stoerker 
St Louts— 

Bethany—Red Rud & Rosalie Ave., W, 
A. Scheer 

Bethel* Garrison & Greer Avcs** R* A* 
Miller 

Bethesda. Hoffmeister & Dammert Aves., 
A. F* W. Marcus 

Caroline Mission* 1S23 Hickory St* C. 

G* Rasche and P. M. Schnake 
Carondelet, Michigan & Koeln Ave., R. 

S, Allrich 

Ebenezer* 2915 McNair Ave., E* P. 
Helling 

Eden Immanuel, Page & Temple* P* L* 
Schmidt 

Emma us, 4347 Chouteau, C. C. Bohnen- 
kamper 

Faith, 7348 W. Florissant Ave.. St 
Louis Co., K. J* Schmiechen 
Friedens* 19th & Newhouse Ave*, P. Press 
Grace, 4024 Dover Place* W. C. Bran¬ 
don, Jr. 

Hol£ AVe*. R* C* 

Hope, Nottingham & Ivanhoe Ayes., N* 
C* Zulauf 

Jesus* S, 12th Blvd* & Victor St, W. F* 
Simon 

Mount Tabor, 6520 Arsenal St, P, H* 
Rahmeler 

Nazareth, 3550 Morganford Rd*. G* W. 
Knapp 

Pilgrim* Louisiana Ave. & Arsenal St, 
A. F. Braun 

Redeemer, 6450 S. KIngshighway, H. 
R. Friz 

St. Andrews* California Ave* & Juniata 
Si*. T. L. Boesch 

St* James, College Sc Blair Aves*, P. 
W. Schaefer 

St. John's* N. Grand Blvd* & Lee Ave,* 

T. A* Haefele 

St. Lukes, 2336 Tennessee Ave., W. B* 
Weltge 

St Marcus, 2100 Russell Blvd., E. E, 
Leibner 

St, Matthew, Jefferson Ave. & Potomac 
St* C- F* Sturm, Jr* 

St. Paul's. Giles Ave. & Potomac St* 
E, H, Bode 

St. Peter's, 4015 St Louis Ave*, E. H. 
Hoefer 

St Stephen, 1105 McLaran Ave.* O. F* 
Kienker 

Salem. "E. 1 * 4730 Margaretta Ave.. It 
J* Young 

Salem, ' R*" 14th St & Sullivan Ave.* 
E. F. Ensley 

Salvator* Plover & Thekla Aves., P* F. 
Pl’Cll 

Trinity, Grand Blvd* Sc Itaska Sts.* F. 
R. Stock 

Zion. 25th Sc Benton St, H. C, Toelle 
nr Sappington.—St Lucas, G* Q. Martensen 
Sch 1 u e I'sbu rg— Be th a ny 
Sedalia—Immanuel, 4th & Vermont Sts*, 
W. C. Bessmer, Jr* 

Springfield—St* John's* Scott Sc Main, S. 
Caldemeyer 

Stelnhagen—St Paul's, G, A. Roedder 
nr Stolpe—St John s 
Stony hill—St. James, H. E. Kuhn 
Swiss—St John's* P* G. Wuebben 
Tilsit—St James, G, A* Kanzler 


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Troy—Zions, K. F. Albers 
Union—Zion, Washington St, & Spring- 
field Ave., A. B. Gaebe 
nr Union—St. John's, A, A, Van Camp 
Verona—St John's, J. Neuenechwander 
Warren ton—Frledens, G, A. Roedder 
Washington—St Peters, 5th & Market 
Sts., R. F, Fran ken f eld 
Webster Groves—Evangel!eat & Reformed, 
Plant and B. Lockwood Aves.* T. R. 
Marshall 

Weldon Spring—Weldon Spring, T, M. 

f G1G 

Wellington—St Luke's, E. H. Beisaenherjs 
Wellston—St Peters, 6905 St Louis Ave., 
H. E. Boesch 

West Boonvilie—-Zion, H. G, Hiedef 
nr Winchester—Zion's, C. F. Kroenlein 
Woollam—St John s, F, C. Anderson 
Wright City—Evangelical, A E. Katter- 

MONTANA 
Hardin—Christ Bv. Luth. 

NEBRASKA 

Ashton—St Matthew's, V, F. Deditius 
Bayard—Zion, Buchanan Ave. & 7 th St, 
C. J, Martin 
Belden—Union (Hope) 

Columbus—Evangelical Protestant, 2023 
11th St., M. L. Seybold 
nr Columbus—-Gruetli 
nr Cook—St Paul, T. Pfundt 
nr Dawson—Zion, C. J, Weidler 
nr Falls City—Zion, R. M. Jensen 
nr Gladstone—Zion, J, P. Kaiser 
Goehner—Frledens, S. E. Anderson 
Harbine—Hope, O. E. Pinckert 
Harvard—United, L* G, Marx 
Humboldt—St Johns 
nr Humbldt—Salem 
nr Jansen—St Paul's, G. Hath 
Lincoln— 

Emmanuel 

St John's, 13th & Hew Hampshire, C. 
E. Gabier 

St Paul, 13th & F Sts., F. C, Klick 
Loup City—St. Paul's, V. F. Deditius 
Lyman—Immanuel, A. C* Kroehler 
nr Milford—Frledens (West Blue), S. E. 
Anderson 

Mitchell—St Paul's, M. H. Peper 
Nebraska City—Bethel, 12th St & 1st 
Corso, G. F, Duenslng 
nr Norfolk—Peace. C. H. Hiedesel 
Omaha—First, 2301 Deer Park Blvd., G. 
E. Seybold 

Plattsmouth—St- Paul's, Cor. Ave. A & 
5th St, E. J. Moritz 

Plymouth—Church of Peace* F. H. Dolle- 

fold 

Rockville—Community, V. F. Deditius 
Scottsbluff—Zion's, 9th Ave., H. Baum- 
gaertel, Sr, 

Seward—Friedens, 4th & Roberts Sts., R. 

O. Walkenhorst 
Steinauer—Salem. A. Bock 
Sutton—- 

Emmanuel, C. J, E. Stuebbe 
Hope 

Syracuse—St John, W. Bechtold 
Talmadge— 

St. John's 
Zion 

nr Tecumseh—St Paul s 

Tild en—Frledens 

Western—St John's, H, Henning 

W insi d e—Th eoph Ilus 

nr Winside—Immanuel, C. H. Riedesel 

Tutan—St Peter's 


new jersey 

Bayonne—German, 120 Lord Ave. F G 
W. Fuhrmann 

Egg Harbor City—St JoIin'S, London 
Ave. & Beethoven St, C. E. String 


Folsom—Zion, C. E. String 
Garwood— St Paul's, 211 Center St, W. 

C. Pugh 

Glassboro—Bethlehem, Main & Union Sts. 
Irvington—Emmanuel, Nye Ave. & Lin¬ 
coln Place, E. J. Paetzold 
MUItown—St Paul's, 62 S. Main St, R. 

D, Custer 


2^ ewark— 

Betinehem, 78 Bragaw Ave. 

St Stephan's, Wilson Ave. & Ferry Si., 
E. W. Puhrmann 

Zion, Ev, Luik,, 13-19 Alexander St, 
R. D. Morrison 

Hew Brunswick—Livingston Ave., 225 
Suydam St, T, W. Bolts 
Oxford—St. John’s, F. R. Shafer 
Passaic—Hungarian," 220 4in tit., V. Raez 
Perth Amboy—John Calvin Magyar, 493 
Amboy Ave., A. Harto 
Trenton—> 

John Calvin Hungarian, Washington St 
& Morris Ave., S. Laky 
St Paul's, Greenwood Ave. & Mercer 
St. W. S. Brown 

Woodbiidge—Hungarian, 403 School St, 
L Kecskemet by 


NEW YORK 

Albany—Evangelical Protestant Alex¬ 
ander & Clinton Sts., E. T. Henzel 
Amsterdam—Zion, 36*38 Grove St, A. E. 
Lautensch lager 

Attica—St. Paul's 15 Washington Sf., O. 
J. Dietsche 

Auburn—St Luke's, 25 Seminary Ave., 
R. A. Phi lb rook 

Bellerose, L. I.—First, 247th St & 91st 
Ave. 

Bennington Center—Salem's United, W. 
T. H linker 

Boston—St Paul's, Boston State Rd. 
Brooklyn— 

Bethlehem, Cortelyou Bd. & E. 7th St., 
P. J. Anstedt 

Christ, 5(1 Wyona St, A, A- Kosower 
St. Lukes, 55 Sutton St. 

St Mark’s, 601-60 3 Gnderdonk Ave., M. 
J. H. Walenta 
Buffalo— 

Bethany, Eaton St, nr Jefferson Ave., 
H. A, Brethauer 

Bethlehem, 35 East Parade Circle 
Calvary, Fillmore nr Dewey, W. R, 
Walch 

Christ, Clinton & Eaitz, C. G. Vogelmann 
Emanuel, Humboldt Parkway & E. 

Utica St, J, F. Steve 
First Hungarian, 1940 Clinton St, A. 

Grace, E, Del a van Ave. & Moselle St., 
C- U. Bayard 

Grace, Partridge & Hewitt Ave., P. E. 
Strauch 

Immanuel, Military Rd. & Glor St, P, 
G- Frankenfeld 

Jerusalem, 125 Doat St, H. J. Snltker 
Kenilworth, 292 Lyndale, P. G. Frank- 
enfeld 

Pilgrim, 723 Best, St, A. J. Nies 
St Andrew's, 2205 Genesee St, F, W, 
PiItzer 

St James, 526 High St, W. Ott 
St John. 16 Good Ave., J. P. Kochner 
St Johns, 85 Amherst St, J. H, 
Huebschmann 

St. Luke's, Richmond Ave. & West 
Utica St, W. M, jeachke 
St Matthew's, Swan & Ha german Sts., 
H. A. Fenske 

St Paul's, 49 Indian Church Ave., E. E. 
Staudt, Jr, 

St Paul's-St Mark's, 564 Elllcott St, 
R, H- Keller 

St Peter's United, 360 Genesee St, H. 
H. Lohans and W. H. Tempest 


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St Stephen's, Peekbam &. Adams. A. T, 
Gerhold 

Salem, 413 Sherman St, A. A, Meuss- 
ling 

Salem, Riverside, 25 Calumet FL, H. J. 
Hahn 

Trinity, 1075 Kensington Ave„ L. K, 
Mo J ter 

Trinity United, 11G Gold St, It Heck¬ 
man 

West Side Hungarian, 700 Tonawanda 
St., A. Babinsky 
Zion, 40 Lemon St 

Zoar, E, Genesee at Rohr, A. K. Bels- 
heim 

Cattaraugus—St John’s, 30 Eilicott St, 
Dunkirk—St John s, E 4ih & Leopard 
East Hamburg—Immanuel, A. H. Juergen* 
East PoestenkiU—Zion's, O. A. Egli 
Ebenezer—Ebenozer, 633 Main St, H. F. 
W, Schultz 

Eden—St John, Main St. at Hemlock, P. 
W. Meisenhelmer 

Elmira—First German, Madison A Carroll 
Aves., F. F. Frohne 
Fayette—Christ Federated 
Go wand a—Trinity, Erie Ave. & Park St, 
M, SchlfTman 

Hamburg—St James, 76 Main St f F. W, 
Meisenhelmer 

Hornelt—St, Paul's, Elm & John Sts,, A, 
E. Sennewald 

Kenmore—Ken more, Delaware Rd. & 
Danbury Lane, T. T. Lehman 
Lockpor t—St Peter's* Locust & South 
Sts,, H, L. Siegner 

Millersport—St Stephen's, K. M. Kindt 
New York’— 

Christ, Sll E. 187th St, Bronx, J, R, 
Wagner 

First Magyar, 344 East 63th SL, G. 
Takaro 

Martha Memorial, 419-21 W, 52nd St 
St Paul's. 606-612 E. 141st St, Bronx, 
J. Schmitt 

St Paul's Ev. Luth. 2134 Newbold Ave., 
Bronx 

North Tonawanda— 

First Hungarian, Oliver St. & First 
Ave., A. Babinsky 

Friedens, Schenck & Vandervoort Sts., 
T. Mayer 

St Peter's, 1206 Oliver St, J. J. liraun 
Orangeville—Immanuel, O. J. Dietsche 
Perk Ins vllle—St Peter's, H. L. Hess 
Rochester— 

Christ, Portland & Jackson, B. J. Tepas 
Dewey Ave,, Dewey Ave. at Flower City 
Park, C. T. Smith 

Emanuel, Hamilton & Bond Sts., O. C. 
Nussmann 

St Paul's, Norton nr St Paul St, A. 
G. Schnake 

Salem, 230 Franklin St, P, M, Schroeder 
and J, B, Fister 

Trinity, Child & Wilder Sts,, C. G. Haass 
Rome—Trinity, 215 W. Court St, H. J, 
Leemhuls 

Roseville, Staten Island—Magyar, 2484 
Arthur Kill Rd, 

Schenectady—Friedens, Clinton & Frank¬ 
lin Sts., B. W. Tannler 
Shawnee—St, Paul's, T, Mayer 
Sheldon—St. John's, W. T. Hilflkor 
Syracuse—-Friedens, Ash & Lodi Sts,, W, 
H. Siebert 

Tab or ton—ZLons, O. A, EglI 
Tonawanda— 

St Peter's, J. J, Braun 
Salem, Main & Morgan Sts., W, F. Hetzel 
Town Line—St. Paul's, M. R. Sennewald 
"Troy—St, Paul's, 7th Ave. & Fulton St„ 
H. P. Vieth 

Wayland—St, Paul's, Lackawanna St., H. 
L. Hess 

Wcndelville—St. Paul's, K. M. Kindt 

Westfield—St, Peter's 

West Berlin—Zions, O, A. Egli 


West Forest Hills, L. I,—West Forest 
Hills Community, 6411 82nd Place, 
G. W. Busteed 

West Seneca—St, Peter's, A. H, Juergene 
Woodhaven, L, I.-—Emanuel, Woodhaven 
Blvd. & 91st Ave., E. J. Strassburger 


NORTH CAROLINA 

Asheboro— First, Cor. Clift & Randolph, 
Broofeford—Faith, A. W. Cheek 
Burlington—First, W, Front & Tarpjey 
Sts., H. A, Fesperman 
nr Burlington— 

Brick, A, R, DetwUer 
St. Murk, J. C. Peeler 
Charlotte—First, 731 E. Trade sl 
nr China Grove— 

Mi. Hope, M- Whitener 
ML Zion, H. R. Carpenter 
St, Paul’s, C, T. Daye 
nr Claremont—Bethany, C. W, Kelly 
Concord—Trinity, N. Church SL, R. C. 

W hi sen hunt 
nr Concord— 

Boger, A, W. Hedrick 
New Gilead, R. C. WhJsenhunt 
Conover—Trlnity-St, John's, L. A, Car¬ 
penter 

Faith, Shiloh—T, M. Shoffner 
nr Gibsonville—Brightwood, J. C. Peeler 
Greensboro—First, West Lee at South 
Spring, H. L Fesperman 
Hickory—-Corinth, 13th St & 11th Ave., 
H, D. Alehouse 

Hickory, Macedonia, A. W, Cheek 
nr Hickory—Bethel, W. C, Lyerly 
High Point—First, Cor. S. Main tk Russell 
Sts., G, A, Grimm 

nr Julian—Mt. Hope, A, R, Detwiler 
Kannapolis—SL Johns, 900 N. Main SL, 
F. K. Bostian 

nr Kannapolis—Keller, C, T. Daye 

Landis^First, A. R. Tosh 

Lenoir—Zion, Hayes Ave. & Church, W. 

W. Rowe 
Lexington— 

First, Cor. E, Center & Salisbury Sts,, 

j P@0lcr 

S eco nd, N, Chur ch S t,, A. D- Leonard 
nr Lexington— 

Becks, C, E. Hiatt 
Beulah, C, C. Wagoner 
Hedricks Grove, C. HI Hiatt 
Jerusalem, C. E. Hiatt 
Mt. Tabor, C. E. Hiatt 
Pilgrim, C, C. Wagoner 
Lincoln ton—Emanuel, 217 E. Main SL, 
W. C. Beck 
nr Lincoln ton— 

Daniels, W- C. Lyerly 
St, Matthews, W. A- Jones 
Salem, W. A. Jones 

Malden—Memorial, E. Main St„ W. A, 
Jones 

Jtt. Pleasant—St, James, A. W. Hedrick 
nr ML Pleasant—Bethel, A. W. Hedrick 
Newton—Grace, Main. Ave. & C. St., R. 

E. Lein bach 
nr Newton— 

Grace, W. C. Lyerly 
SL Paul's, W- C. Lyerly 
Rockwell—Ur sinus, K. R, Flocken 
nr Rockwell-“Grace <Lower Stone), M. 
Whitener 

nr Rockwell-—Bethany, K. R. Flocken 
Salisbury-“First, S. Church & W. Horab, 
J. L. Levens 

nr Salisbury—St. Luke, K. R* Flocken 
nr Sherrills Ford—Smyrna, C. W. Kelly 
Tho m asvi 11 e—Heidclb erg. 227 West Ma i n 
St., J, A. Palmer 
nr Thomasvllle— 

Calvary, 1 ml W. # 


Emanuel. 3 ¥j mi S., 
Zion, 2 ml N. W,, 


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Winston Salem— 

First, 13G8 Waughton, H* E, Davie 
Schlatter Memo dal, Cor, Holly rood St. 
& Banner Ave., H. F. Yearick 


itr Winston-Salem— 

Bethany, C. C. Wagoner 
Bethlehem, H, K Davie 
Hebron 


NORTH DAKOTA 

Ashley— Ashley 
Danzig'—Danzig 

Fullerton— Immanuel, J. Bodenman 
Hankinson—Emmanuel, A. A. Graf 
Hebron—St. John, H. RiefSchneider 
Judson—Z ion's 
nr Judson—Bethel 
Kulm—Kuhn 

Lidgerwood—St John's, A, A, Graf 
Lincoln Valley—Kassel 
Medina—Zoar, H. F* W. Jesdlnsky 
nr Medina—Rollrbach, H. F. W. Jcsdinsky 
New Salem—Peace, E* Q* Mueller 
Streeter—Hoffnungs, H* F. W. Jesdlnsky 
nr Streeter— 

Ebenfeld—H, F, W* Jesdlnsky 
Frledens, H. F* W, Jesd insky 
ZJons 

Taylor—Immanuel, A. Knikar 
Upham—Peace 
Venturia— 

Hoffnungstahl—K. Krueger 
Kassel 

Wlshek—Wishek, J, Bodenman 
Zeeland— 

New Kassel, J. Bodenman 
St, John, J. Bodenman 


OHIO 

nr Ada—St, Paul 
Akron- 

East, Market St., 15 SO East Market St,, 
R. E* Eshmeyer 
Emmanuel, 547 Eastland Aye. 

First, Broadway & Center St., R, J. 
Schroer 

First Hungarian, 860 Coburn St., A. 

Goss Memorial, 2247 11th St., S. W., 
W, E. Troup 

Grace, Bowery & State Sts., O. W, 
Haulman 

Miller Ave., 81 W, Miller Ave,, J. B. 
Hennessey 

Trinity, 315 N. Main St,, W, C, Nelson 
Williard, 742 Johnston St., F. J, Schmuek 
nr Albion—St* John's, L. A. Sigrist 
Alcony—Grace, M« P. Sehoepfle 
Alliance— 

First, East Oxford at S. Mechanic St., 
H. G. Sclia Srbaum 

Immanuel, Linden & Columbia, R G. 
Diller 

nr Alliance—Science Hill, Harrisburg Rd*, 
R. G. Diller 

Amherst—St Peter's, 550 Church St* j, 
H. Pollens 

Apple Creek—St. Peter's, Main St, C. O. 
Zechiel ^ 

Arch bold—St. John's, 308 S. Defiance, T, 
J. Klaudt 

Ashtabula—Hungarian, Columbus Ave. & 
E. 16th St. S. Balia 

Austin town—Austin town Community, A. 
V. Swinehart 

Eakersville—Salem, A. C, Tost 
Baltic—Zion's 

nr Baltimore—St Peter's, H. Fox 

Baseom—Zion, R. W, Blemker 

Basil—Trinity, Main &. High Sts,, A. O. 

Kuck 


nr Basil— 

Mt. Zion, A. O, Kuck 
St Michaels, H. Fox 
Bellaire—First 34th & Belmont Sts., J. 
S* Richards 

Bellevue—St. Paul's, Kilboume & Gardner 
Sts., W. B, Lets 

nr Beloit—Bethel* East Bpech Rd, P S* R. 
Hartmann 

nr Bet tsvi He—Zion's 
Birmingham—Henrietta, R. P. Beck 
Bloomville—Bloomville, N. Marion, St, 
F. R. Zartman 
nr Bloomville— 

College Hill, F. W, Lammers 
St John's, P. W, Lammers 
Bluff ton—St John's, Jackson St & Col¬ 
lege Ave« p V. C* Oppermann 
nr Bluffton—Emmanuel's, V. C* Opper¬ 
mann 

Bolivar—St, Johns, H. Grunwald 
Bremen—Jerusalem, Ft S. Beaver 
Brewster—Brewster, E. A. Gradwohl 
Brownhelm, N* S* Greenawalt 
Bucyrus—St John, Cor. Rensselaer & 
Lane* H. A. Blum 

nr Bucyrus—St John, E. R* O. Agricola 
Cairo—St. Jacobs, C. C. Huprich 
Canal Fulton—Salem* C. L, Adelsperger 
Canal Winchester—Davids, Cor, Washing¬ 
ton & West, L A. Keil 
nr Canfield—Paradise* L. P. Suedmeyer 
Canton— 

First, 901 East Tuscarawas St, K. 
Koepke 

Grace* Cleveland Ave. & 23 rd St, N. W„ 
A. H. Harsh 

Lowell*, 3rd & Arlington, N. W., L. S. 
Hegnauer 

Trinity* 614 North Market Ave., H* N. 
Kerst 

nr Canton—Rich vide Community, P* F* 
Berkenstock 

Carrollton—Trinity, 287 E. Main St., F* 
A, Reigle 

nr Carrollton—Harsh, F, A. Relgle 
Chat A eld—Grace* P, W. Lammers 
nr Chaltanooaa—St Paul, H* C. Ahrens 
Chill—St John's 
Chill ico t be¬ 
st. John's, 123 W. Main 
Salem, Fourth & Mulberry Sts., R. E, 
Schluer 
Cincinnati— 

Carthage, Anthony Wayne Ave. at 75th 
St,. K, E. Gruenkc 

Columbia, 4313 Eastern Ave, t V. F. 
Hoecker 

Evangelical Reformed of Oakley, 4100 
Taylor Ave,. G, S. Engehmann 
First Reformed, 1813-15 Freeman Ave,, 
O* C* Hots 

First Evangelical, 1625-27 Hoffner St., 
H. C. Huebschmarm 

Immanuel, Dueen City & Lawnway, G* 
J. Krumm 

Martini, Saffin St* W, F. Kohler 
Matthew's* 717 E. Epworth Ave., W. Pl„ 
M. F. Zutz 

Philippus, Race & McMicken Ave,, W. 
J. Witt 

Price Hill* McPherson & Van Vey, H. E, 
J. Neumann 

St Luke's, 3315 Glenmore Ave., W. L. 
Weber 

St. Matthew, Vine St between 65th & 
66th, Elmwood Place, W* R. Wetzeler 
St. Peters, 6120 Ridge Ave., P. C* 
Schnake 

Salem* Sycamore & Orchard, E. A* 
Katteihenry 

Washington* Rachel & Sidney Aves„ F. 

Riley 

Clarlngton—Immanuel, Front St. 

nr Ciarington—St. James 

Cl ear port—Mt Carmel, R, Johnson 


* 94 * 


Cleveland— 

Bethany, West 41 at & Storer Ave,, T* F. 
Braun 

Chrlat, W* 98 th & Cud ell Ave*, T* C, 
Honald 

Eighth, WJUowdale Ave, & W. 25th St, 

H. W. Baumer 

Emmanuel's, 4511 W. 130th St„ West 
Park, R* C* Ditter 

Faith, 860 Eddy Ed-, A, W* Meeksfroth 
Fifth, 67 Lh and Hague Ave, 

First, Cor, Arlington Ave, & Thornhill, 
T, A, Kitterer 

First Hungarian, 2856 East Blvd., J* 
Herczegh 

Fourth, 3104 Woodbrldge Ave,, V* E* 
Walenta 

Friedens. East 46th St & Kimmel Rd., 
P- H, Bourquln 

Grace, 149U We strop Ave* f F. E, 
Rohrbaugh 

Hough Ave., Hough Ave, & East 65th 
St, D* J. Voelm 

Ninth, E* 74th & Lockyear Ave., W. S, 
Rickard 

Ridge Road, Ridge Rd, & Whlttingdon* 

I. W- Cam ere r 

St. John's, 3240 E. 55th St, E. N* Krafft 
St Luke's, Pearl Rd, & Memphis Ave,* 
O. H, Zwilllng 

St. Paul's, Woodland Ave- at E* 127th 
St* G. A* Robb 

Tenth (Glenvdle), St Clair Ave, at E. 

101st St, R, W. Gieselmann 
Trinity, 3525 W* 25th SU E* G. Wlest 
West Side. 3S14 Bridge Ave., W, K. Klein 
West Side Hungarian, 1042-50 West 
32nd St., M* Daroczy 
Zion, W 14 th & Branch Ave,, O. E, 
Wlttllnger 

nr Cl In ion—45 L Peter's, H* S. Wolfe 
Columbiana—Grace* Main & Pittsburgh 
Sts., W, J, Bartels 
Columbus— 

Hungarian, Cor, Washington & Wood- 
row Ave*. S. Szlarto 
St John's, 59 E. Mound St* A. E, Klick 
St. Paul’s, 225 East Gates, P. C. Kaefer 
Wilson Ave* t Wilson & Fair Aves., E. B. 
Jacobs 

Conneaut—Hungarian, Harbor St & Lake 
Ave*. S* Balia 

Convoy—St. John's, F. H* Graeper 
Coshocton—St* John's, 8th & Orange Sts* r 
C. M, Higgins 

Crestline—Calvary* Thoman & John St* 
nr Crestline—St Paul’s, Independent The 
Settlement 

Crooked Run—Salem 

Cuyahoga Falls—Bethany, 13th St & 
Broad Blvd.» D, L. Powers 


Dayton— 

Central, Second & Ludlow, G. Sonneborn 
Hale, Cor* Delaware & Grafton, M. J, 
Eckert 

Heidelberg, Huffman & Heisa Ave., F- 
A. Kostyu 

Magyar* 626 Blaine St* A. A* Harsany 
Memorial 2333 East Fifth St H E* A* Puff 
Ohmer Park, 1329 Creighton Ave* 
Pleasant Valley, 2360 Valley St, L, C* 
Minsterman 

St* John, 515 E. Third St, W. R, Grune- 
wald and H. C, Grunewald 
St. Luke's, Cor, McLain & Potomac Sts*, 
F* O Rest 

Second* Cor* Cass & Clay Sts., L* W. 
Stolte 


nr Dayton— 

David's, C, T* Rammler 
Hawker, F* H, Klemme 
Mt Carmel, J* P. Alden 
ML Zion, A* P. Schnatz 
Defiance—St John's, 500 Washington 
Ave*, Alfred Grether 
Delaware—First, 55 W, Centra! Ave*, M* 
C. Harrison 


Dialton—Jerusalem, M* P, Schoepfle 
Dwep^-St John’s, 409 N* Wooster Ave., 

nr Dover—St Paul's, H. Grunwald 
Downers Grove, E. B. jGunnemann 
nr Doylestown—Emanuel, J. H* Poetter 
Drakes—Drakes -C on go Hungarian 
Dutch Run—Trinity 
nr Dundee, Trail Swiss 
nr East Akron—Old Millheim, J, H* 
Poetter 

East Canton—St, Paul’s, Church & Berger 
Sts.* R, F. Beck 

nr East Canton—Salem* H. N, Smith 
East Liberty—Good Hope, H. S, Wolfe 
Ellerton—Salem. J* P* Alden 
Elliston—Trinity, L* F. Weigel 
Elmore—St John, 222 Bast Rice St*, C. 
R. Schmidt 


Elyria— 

Hungarian. 119 W. River St*, L* G* Novak 
St, Paul's, 250 Third St., E. Irion 


Euclid—Euclid, Cor. Chardon & E* 200 
St* P. E. Rohrbaugh 

Fairfield—Trinity, S. First St & Xenia Dr** 
A. R* Meiller 

nr Fairfield—Byron* L. C, Mlnsterman 

Fajrport Harbor—First, 600 Plum St, B* 
F* Bacso 

Farmersvtlle—Farmersvllle, S* Broadway, 
j* V, Ingram 

nr Farmersville—SHfers* Clayton Rd,* J. 
V. Ingram 

Fiat—St Peter's, A* C* Yoat 

Findlay—Firtit* East a Last Main Cross 
Sts,, H* Tj, Kurtz 

Fireside—Zion* D. A- Sellers 

Fort Lo-annle—Emanuel, Highway 66, 
L* G, FHta 

Fort Seneca—Zion 

Fostoiia—First, Cor. Poplar & South SU** 
S, L. Fritz 

nr Fostoria—St John's, H, L* Konz 

Fremont—First, 300 S. Park Ave,, G. C* 
Wayman 

Gallon—First 246 Harding Way West, 
R. R* Elhker 


nr Gallon— 
Emmanuel 
Peace 


Ganges—Ganges Community* H, J. Miller 
Garfield Heights—Pilgrim, 4592 E* 131st 
St* L. F- Stueber 

Genoa—St. John's, Superior Sc Sixth, P. Q. 
David 

Germantown*—St, John's, 201 W. Market 
St* R* P, VItz 

Glen ford* St Paul's* B. S. Beaver 
Glenmont—St. John's, Main St. 
nr Green Camp—Emanuel. E, W. Gulnther 
Greenville—-St. Paul S. E. Cor. W. Third 
& Sycamore Sts*, E. V, Loucks 
nr Greenville—West Zion 
nr Greenville—E* ZJon Community 
Halifax—Zion's 
Hamilton— 

First, Ross Ave. & -D M St C. K. Geb- 
hart 

Redeemer, 1330 Parrish Ave,, A. A- 
Schoen 

St John's. Front & Sycamore Sts.* Fr. 
C. Kuether 

St Paul's, 729 Campbell Ave., M. A. 
Stoerker 

nr Hannibal—-Zion, T. Merten 
nr HarrietsviHe—Zion, J. A* Law 
Hartville—Chrlat* S. Prospect, C. C* Hup- 
rich 

Haskins—Emmanuel, O. E* Miller 

nr Hessvllle-—Grace 

Hill Grove—Federated, H* G. Perry 

nr Ho] gate—St* John's, O* Stockmeler 

nr Horn ervi lie—East Horner, L* A, Si grist 

Hunt's Corners—Zoar, D, A. Sellers 

nr Huron—Henrietta, R. P. Reck 


« 95 » 



Independence—St, Peter's, Broadview Rd., 
O. E, Witttinger 

Johnsvllie—Trinity (Johns villa), J* V. 

Ingram 

Kenton—- 

First, 313 W. Columbus St., J. C, Krum- 
lauf 

St, John, B. Carrot & Wayne Sts.. H, E, 
Pfister 

nr Kenton— 

St, Peter's, H. E. Pfister 
Salem—J, C. Krumlauf 
Kettlersvllle—Immanuel, George Dfehtn 
Kin nik i nn iek—Salem 
nr Kirkersville—St, Jacobs, H. Fox 
tj&f&yette—Heidelberg 

Lakewood—First, 2150 Warren Rd., J. 
Sommerlatte 

TLancaster—Grace, 153 W, Chestnut St., 
C, G. Beaver 

Lawrenceville—Mt, Pifgah, M, F. Schoepfle 

Lewisburg—First 

Lewisville—St, Peter’s 

nr Lewisville—St. John’s 

Liberty Center—St, John's 

Lima— 

Calvary. 1017 Richie Ave., E. E* Engle 
First, 320 W, Wayne* F. H. Graeser 
nr Lisbon—St. Jacob’s, C. W. Bormuth 
Lorain— 

Hungarian, 31st & Globe Sts., D. G. 
Bodor 

St, John. Reid Ave. at 7th St,, R. A, 
Mensendiek 

Loudon Twp.—St John's, R. P. Vitz 
LoudenviUe—Trinity, South Union St,* G. 
W, Krause 

Louisville—Paradise, $23 East Main St,. 

E, E. Zechtel 
Lowell—St. John 
nr Lowell—First 
Loyal Oak—Grace* A. C. Peeler 
Lytton—Zion, C, I, Lau 
Manchester^—Trinity, H. S. Wolfe 
Mansfield—St, John's, Park Ave. E. at 
Franklin, P, H, Saleste 
nr Mansfield—-St. Peter's 
Marietta—St, Pauls, Cor. Fifth & Scarn- 
mel St.* D, J, Barthelmeh 
Marion- 

First, 326 S. Prospect St., E. H. Wierth 
Salem, 230 E. Church St., E. 0, Klutey 
Marshallville—St. Michael's 
nr Martel—Emanuel* E. R. O. Agricola 
Massillon— 

Grace, Main & 10th S, W„ W. O, Keeler 
St, John's* First & Tremont Ave., S. E.. 
C, E, Rerges 
nr Massillon— 

St. James, Cross Roads 
Christ* Myers 
St. Johns, Sixteen 
Jerusalem* Stan wood 
Maximo—Zion* S- R, Hartmann 
McCutchenvllle—Trinity, W. F. Kissel 
Medina—Hungarian, J. Herczegh 
M lam lab urg—Trinity, Linden & Second 
Sts.* H, G, Shoffner 
Middletown— 

Hungarian, 1417 Young St., A, A. Hai - 
sany 

St Paul’s* 114 South Broad St.* H. H. 
Jung 

nr Milan* St, John* H. E. Fheiflfer 
Millbury—St. Peter, Main & Cherry Sts., 
R, C. Helntz 

MUlersburg—-St John’s, 209 East Jackson 
St., H. F. Zaugg 
Millvf 11 e—Millvllle Federated 
Miltonburg—St, Peter’s 
Mineral City—St. Paul, H. N* Smith 
Minersville—St- Paul's* R. L. Kuether 
Mitiwanga—Mltiwanga, R, P. Beck 
Mohicanvtlle — Christ's* G. W* Krauae 
pr Monroeville—St, John* H. E, Fheiffer 


Moraine City—Zion, W, H. Harrell 
Mt. Eaton—St Paul's* 100 N. Market St, 
B. A, Gradwohl 

Navarre—St. Paul’s* Main & Wooster Sts.. 
W. C. Grunwakl 

Newark—St John's* 101 S, 5th St.* L. H. 
Lammers 

nr New Bavaria—Emmanuel's, G. H. 
Scherry 

nr New Bedford—Zion* 1, D. Immel 
New Bremen— 

St. Paul* Franklin at Second, J. C, Mel- 
chert 

St Peter's, 303 N, Franklin St. T, G 
Papsdorf 

Zion, Main & First Sts, f L. G. Fritz 
New Knoxville—First, D. A. Bode 
New Philadelphia—First* 2nd & Fair Sts,, 
T. W, Hoernemann 

nr New Philadelphia—Jerusalem, M. G. 
Clausing 

New Richmond—St, Paul. R- E- Gruenke 
North Canton—Zion, 415 S. Main St, M. 
E. Beck 

North College Hill—St. Paul* 6334 Parrish 
Ave,, R. W. Bocks truck 
North Hampton—North Hampton* Main 
St., M. P. Schoepfle 

North Jackson—St, John's, R, Hartsough 
nr North Lima—Mt. Olivet, O, J, Zechiel 
Norwood— 

Salem* 2057 Courtland, W, B. Heifer 
Zion, 2332 Sherwood Lane, B. M. Herb- 
stcr 

Dak Harbor—St, Paul’s, Ottawa & Tqus- 
salnt St.. O. C, Doenges 
Orrville—Christ* 301 N. Main St.* O. R. 
Gerber 

Paris—Israel, K, B. Shoffner 
Parma—St Paul. York Rd, at .Pleasant 
Valley Rd,. I. W. Camerer 
Payne—St Jacob. Oak St, N. E. Vltz 
Petersburg—Did Springfield* Route 90, C. 
A- Lang 

Plioneton—Bethel 
Piqua— 

First, S. Wayne* Miami St. M. J. 
Englemann 

St Paul's, Cor, Downing & Greene* F. 
J. Gehm 

Pomeroy—The Federated Church, 211 
Second St.* R. L. Kuether 
Portsmouth—First, N. E. Cor. Fifth & 
Washington Sts.* H, M. Goetz 
Port Washington—St Paul's, High Street, 
B, L. Chidester 

Powhatan Point—St. John's* F. R. Zim¬ 
merman 

Prospect—Zion, Water St, E. W, Guinthet 
Ragers ville—Zion, A. C- Yost 
Reading—St John, Jefferson, Cooper & 
Maple Ave,, W. R* Grunewald 
Reedsburg—Grace, H. W. Kehl 
Renners— St, Paul's 
Republic—Union* E. C, Suit 
Roberts ville—Christ, K. B. Shoffner 
St. Bernard—Immanuel. Tower & Jeffer¬ 
son Aves., C* E. Kiewit 
St. Marys—St, Paul’s, High & Ferry Sts,, 
J, L. Schmidt 
Sandusky— 

Emmanuel* Columbus Ave. at Adam? 

St., E. W* Brueseke 
First* Cor. Hancock & Jefferson Sts., A 
R. Von Gruenigen 

St, Stephen. Jefferson & Lawrence Sts., 
H. E. Phelffer 
nr Sardis, Salem, T. Merten 
Shaker Heights—Immanuel, 20120 Lomond 
Blvd*. R. J. Baldauf 

Shelby—First* 23 Church, Harlan J. Miller 
Sherwood—Zion's, Alfred Grether 
Sidney—St. Paul, Main & South Sts., R. 
Wobus 

Sixteen Mile Stand—St John* W. F. Kohler 
Smoketown—St Paul'*, W, C* Grunwald 
Somerset—Someriet* I&. S. Beaver 


16 > 


South Amherst—St* John's, J. H. Bollens 
Spencervtlle—First Federated, E. Fourth 
St., S. Ramaker 

Sprfngboro—Sprlngboro* J. C. Schulz 
Springfield— 

Grace, W, Main & N, Plum, E. E. Koepp 
Steubenville—Zion, 133 N. 5th St, C. A* 
Hofmann 

Stone Creek—Grace, M. G, Clausing 
StoutsvJlle—Heidelberg, R* Johnson 
Strausburg—St John's, W. A. Betiekamp 
nr Stryker—Zion, T. J. Klaudt 
Suffielti—Suffieid, L. Kutuchief 
Sugarcreek—First, O. B. Moor 
Sugar Grove—Bethel, C. G. Beaver 
Sulphur Springs—Hope, T. J. Bucher 
Sycamore—Sycamore* C, F, Brouse 
Thomvi lie—Trinity, W. Main, P. E. Ault- 
man 

nr Thornvllle—Zion, TL S. Beaver 
Tiffin— 

St John's Main & Jefferson Sts,, B. 
Tschudy 

Second, Madison & Jefferson Sts., D* R, 
Raiser 

Trinity* Jefferson A Perry Sts. 
nr Tiffin—St Jacob's, E* C* Suit 
Toledo- 

First, 2014 Cherry St. 

Grace* Fulton & Kenilworth, H. L. V- 
Shinn 

Magyar, Cor, Bogar & „ Bakewell, A. 
Szabo 

Memorial, Starr Ave* & Plymouth St* 
C, K* Chidester 

St. Paul's, Phillips & Vermaas Avea*. R. 
W. Heller 

Salem, Frouty Ave. & Stebbins St* C. T, 
Roeck 

Trail Run—St Paul's—T. Merten 
Troy—St. John's, Canal & Walnut Sts., 
C* J. Brueseh, Jr* 

Uniontown—Grace, N. Church St*, L- 
Kutuchlef 

Unity—Salem, O. J. Zechlel 
Upper Sandusky—Trinity, N* Sandusky Sc 
W. Findlay Sts*, H. C* Kellermeyer 
nr Upper Sandusky—Emanuel, F. W* 
Hoffman 

Valley City—Immanuel* R* B. Frey 
Van Wert—St Peter's, Main A Harrison. 

V. P. WlerwITIe 

nr Van Wert—St Paul's, F. H. Graeper 
Vermilion—First Grand A Ohio St,* N. S. 
Green a wait 

nr Vermilion—Brownhelm, H. H* Weber 
Wadsworth—Trinity, 215 High St 
nr Wadsworth—ML Zwinglt, A. C. Peeler 
Waldo—St Joseph, H. N* Doerres 
nr Waldo—St John, H. N, Doerres 
Walnut Creek—St. John's 
Wapakoneta—St* Paul, Cor* Main A Perry 
Sts** K. J. Loew 
Warner—First, J. A, Law 
Warren—First* 2 SO Bast Market St, R. S. 
Mathes 

nr Watertown—St John, O, W. Breuhaua 
Waverly—First* T* Schlundt 
Waynesburg—St Paul* H* N. Smith 
West Alexandria—First, South St*, D* H. 
Shimler 

Whipple—St* John's* J. A* Law 
Win esburg—Zion. W. A. Berlekamp 
Woodsflcld—St Paul’s, 304-10 S* Main St., 

W. M. Trogler 
Wooster— 

Christ, 345 S, Grant St* P. W, Schmidt 
First, N. Buckeye & E. North Sts., A* 
H. Elshoff 

nr Wooster—Emanuel* W. Salem Rd., H* 
W* Kehl 

Xenia—First Cor. N, Detroit A Church 
Sts.* A, L. Scherry 
nr Xenia—Beaver, A F* Schnatz 


Youngstown— 

First, Wick Ave, at Lincoln Ave,, K. A. 
Lehman 

St Paul's, Glenaven & Oak Hill Ave.* 
L* F. Suedmeyer 

Third. Midlothian Blvd. A Sheridan Rd. 
Zanesville^-PIlgrim, South A Seventh Sts*. 

Win, F, von Branch Itseh 
Zoar—-Zoar* H. Grunwald 


OKLAHOMA 

Kingfisher—Evangelical & Reformed. 3th 
St. at Sheridan, E. F. Nolte 
Loyal—Peace, H. G. Mueller 
Marshall-—St. Paul. G. Schler 
Gkeene—St John's, P. W. Brink 
Oklahoma City—Zion, 10th & Western Sts.* 
nr Tangier—Gnadenfeldt 


OREGON 

Gresham—Zion, W, H. Ruhl 
Helvetia—Emanuel 
Hillsdale—Hillsdale, J. Fgger 
Portland— 

First, S, W. 12th Ave. & Clay St* C. 
W* H. Sauerwein 

St John's* S. E. 16th Ave. A Nehaletn 
St, C. F, Howe 

St Paul, SOI N* E. Failing St 
Second* Thirtieth Ave, & Ainsworth. G. 
F. Zinn 

Third, 6019 S. E. 87th Ave., W. H. Ruhl 
Salem—Bethany, N. Capitol A Marion, F. 
F. Ott 

Tillamook—St John’s, 403 E. 5th St, A, 
W* Ggston 

nr Wilsonville—Meridian, C* F. Howe 
PENNSYLVANIA 

Aaronsburg—St. Peter's* Main St, C W. 
Isenberg 

nr Aaronaburg—St Paul's (Union) 
Abbottstown—Emmanuel* A, C, Robrbaugh 
Adamstown—St. Paul's, E. Main St, D, j, 
W. Noll 
nr Alburtis— 

Huff, J. N* Blatt 
Lehigh-Zion's* W* O, Wolford 
A1 cola—Tr i n i t y 

Alexandria—Christ, Main St.. L. O. 
Worthing 

Alleghenyville^-AlIegheny, W. R. Yocom 
Allentown-—- 

Christ, Second A Court, A. Frets 
Dvibbs Memorial, 5th & Allen , M, F. 
KHngaman 

Emmanuel, 16th A Chew Sts*, W. D, 
Mathias 

Grace, 617 Cleveland St, C. H* Kehm 
St Andrew, 402H0 North Ninth St, 
H. T. Aulenhach 

St James, Fifteenth St Walnut* F. F* 
Renoll 

St. John's* 6th A Walnut Sts** A. O. 
Reiter 

St Mark's, S. Albert A E, Susquehanna 
Sts,. C. U. Kress To v 
St Paul. 340 E. Hamilton St* E. E. 
SensenJg 

St V. t Pf* ** 3 ‘ 675 a St.* R. A. 

Dill lard 

Salem* Chew A Church Sts* W F 
Kosman and R* H. Winters 
Trinity, Unden St above nth* C. H, 
Moatz 

Zion, Hamilton A Church Sts,* S. Sipple 
nr Allentown—Jerusalem* W. Salisbury 
Twp.* D, E. Schaeffer 
Almont—Jerusalem, W, E. Trexler 
Altoona— 

Christ, 12th Ave* & 15th St., S. C 
Snodgrass 

Grace* 2300 8th Ave** R. J, HarrSty 
Salem, 820 E. Grant Ave. 

Trinity* 7th Ave. * 8th St* H* F. Boyer 




nr Alverton—Zion's 
AmityviUe—St Paul's, W. H. Sotiy 
Andreas—Ban Salem, W* W. Moyer 
Annvllie—Christ, &. White Oak St, W* 

M. Price 

iir Anaelma—St, Matthew's, G, L, Hartlng 
Apollo—First, Warren & South Second, J„ 
J. Gilbert 

nr Apollo—Fine Run, C. H, Kichllne 
Appenzell—St Mark's, J* M. Shellenberger 
Arendtaville-—Zion, N* R* Frantz 
Argus—Ridge Valley, TV. E, Trexler 
Ashfleld—Dinkey Memorial, T. H* Bach¬ 
man 

Ashland—Zion's, llth A Chestnut Sts., 
M- F* Walper 

nr Ashland—St. John's, F* W* Toh 
Auburn—St John's, L. D* Loos 
nr Auburn, St. Paul's, E. E. Fab ringer 
Auguetavllle—Zion, G. F. Fetterolf 
Avon—Grace, 1001 B. Cumberland St., G. 
A. F. Grieaing 

Bangor—St John's, Cor, 3rd & Market 
Sts., F. I. L&ucka 
nr Bameavilte— 

Christ Rush Twp., J, A, Kleinginna 
St. Peter's, A. 3D. Knobel 
Bath—Christ, 43-49 Chestnut St, TL H* 
Helfferich 
nr Bath— 

Emmanuel, H* D. Clausa 
Salem, H. D* Clausa 
Beaver Springs—Christ, H* B* Zechman 
Beaver town— 

St Paul's, H. B. Zechman 
Bechtelsville—Trinity, W, H. Solly 
nr Bechteisvllle^St John's (Hill), J. L, 
Herbs ter 

Bedford—St. John's, 144 W. John St., 
T. D. Gamer 
nr Bedford— 

Cove, Colerain Twp., Bert E. Wynn 
Trinity* Colerain Twp., Bert B. Wynn 
Belfast—Belfast, W* H. Brong 
Belknap—Belknap, R. C. Strine 
Bellefonte—SL John's, 27 W* Linn St, C. 

N. Stamm 

Berlin—Trinity, 600 Main St* H. C. 

Snyder 
nr Berlin— 

Glade. A* J. Miller 
Mt. Zion, F. D* Wittner 
St Luke, A. J, Miller 
St Paul's* F* D* Witmer 
Bernvllie—St Thomas, F, W. Ruth 
nr Bernvllle—Christ, F* W, Ruth 
nr BemvJlle—St Paul's, F. W. Ruth 
Berrysburg—Salem's, A. L, Zechman 
Berwick—First Cor. Vine & 2nd Sts., W. 
A. Lutz 

Bethel—Salem, C. M. RIssinger 
Bethlehem— 

Bethany, Fifth Ave* & W. Market St, 
C. EL Blum 

Catvary, Wood & Frankford Sts.. J. S. 
Peters 

Christ, Center & Walnut Sts., A. A. 
Welsh 

First 15*17 W. 4th St. H. J. Colver 
First Hungarian* 526 E, 4th St, D, D. 
Parra gh 

Grace, §33-937 Broadway, T. C. Brown 
3t Paul's, Cor* North & High, CL L. 
Brachman 

Zion. Shipman-Hillmond Sts., C* Fred¬ 
erick Bmmyer 
nr Bethlehem— 

Jerusalem, E, Salisbury Twp., T. C. 
Brown 

St Thomas, H. J. Ehret 
Big Creek—St Paul's 
Biglerville—Trinity-Benders, York St, N, 
R* Frantz 

Blrdsboro—St Paul's, R, I* Folk 
Bl&in—-Zion 

Blainsport—Swamp, E. G. Link 


Blandon—Maldencreek* D. H* Naoe 
Blocmsburg—Bio omsburg, 3rd & Iron Sts., 
M. E. Schnorr 

nr Bio omsburg—Emanuel, S. R. Kresge 
Bloservilie—Trinity, R. R. Jones 
Blue Beil—Boehm’s, Blue Beil Rd. 

Blue Knob— Mt. Hope, C. I mb of 
Blymire—St John's, R. C. Snyder 
Boalsburg—St John's, T* G. Jones 
Boon's Mountain—Emanuel 
Boswell—St Paul's Cor, Main & Mer¬ 
chants Ave., R. L Gass 
Bowers, Christ, F, D. Slifer 
Bowmanstown—Emmanuel* 3rd St., R* E. 
Kutz 

Bowmansvllle—St Paul's, Church St, W. 
S. Brendle 

Boyertown—Good Shepherd, West Phila¬ 
delphia Ave. 

Braddock—St, Luke's, 4th & Camp Ave., 
H. J. H elf rich 
Bradys Bend—Trinity 
nr Breinigsville—Ziegel's, J. L. Herbster 
Br ickerv i 11 e—Zi on's 
Briggsville—Mt. Zion 

Brodbeck's—St Jacob's (Stone), F, D. 
Yoder 

Brodh ends vllle—Brodheadsvlile;, A, A, 
Bohner 


Butler— 

Bethany, 215 W. North St, F* Hiack 
St Paul's, Walker & Brugh Aves., H. 
T* Goodllng 

Campbell town—Salem, Main St., G. H. 
Koons 

Carlisle—First, 30 N* Pitt St, C* D* 
Rodenberger 
nr Carlisle—Salem 
Carlisle Springs—St Matthew's 
Carson villo—St James, G* W, Moyer 
Cash town—Trinity, J* H. Eh r hart 
Catasauqua—Balem, Third & Walnut 
Sts., W. A. Kratz 

Catawissa—St John's, Third & Fine, L 
M. Martin 

Cementon—St Paul's, T, R. Brendle 
Centre Hall—Trinity, L. E. Bair, Jr* 
nr Cessna—St. Paul's, J. E. Dobbs 
Cetronia—Cedar, L, M, Kutz, Jr. 
Chambersbu rg— 

St John's, 341 Lincoln Way East W. 
W. Carveil 

Zion, S. Main & Liberty Sts., F. T. 
Stonesifer 

nr Cherryvllle—St Paul's, G, E, Kopen- 
haver 

Chicora—St John's 

nr Chicora—St Paul's 

Clayaburg—Grace, H. C* Carolus 

nr ClearviJle-—Bethel 

nr Cleona—Hill 

Coatesville—Hungarian, Hope & Madison 
Sts., B, Kovacs 

Coburn—St. Andrew's, C. W. Isenberg 
nr Cochranton—'Trinity 
Codorus—Christ (Jefferson), F. D. Yoder 
CoOegevilie—Trinity, 524 Main St, A. L- 



Phillips 


Columbia— 

Salem, 324-323 Walnut St, F. R* 
Daugherty 

Trinity* 3rd & Cherry Sts., R* W. Snyder 
Con es toga—Con es toga 
Connellsville—Trinity, 104 E. Green St, 
C* G. Shupe 

Connoquenessing—St. Paul's, G, R* Winter 
Conyngham—Christ Main St, A. G. Holt 
Coopersburg—St* John's, Thomas St, G, 
C. Bingaman 
nr Coopersburg— 

St Paul's iBlue), G* C* Bingaman 
Cojpl^—Trinity, Tnlrd & Coplay Sts,, R, 


« 9$ m 


Greesona, St Mark's, M, G, Warner 
Curllsvlife—Grace, H. R, Lequear 
BaUastown—St Paul's, W, Mala St, It 

C. Snyder 

Dalmatia—Trinity. E. A* Dech 

S r Danielsville—Christ H. D, Claus® 

>an ville—Shiloh, 500 Bloom St. EL F. 

Anri r^w$i 

Darlington—St John's 
Deckards—St. John's, L t D. Horn 
Delano—Faith, C, M. Saver 
Delmont—Trinity, Wm, Penn Highway 
East, J. hi Steinert 

Denver—St John's, Walnut St, W, S. 
Bren die 

Derry—St Paul's, S, Chestnut St. & Third 
Ave. 

nr Dillsburg— 

Barrens {Salem), A- T. Kaup 
Franklin, A. T, Kaup 


Donaldson—Salem, J. K, Wetzel 
Dorrance—Emmanuels, J, C, Chatlos 
Dorsey ville—Trinity, I, F. Kracke 
Dover—Dover, W. Canal St, It W. 
Limber t 

nr Dover—Salem, It W. Llmbert 
Doylestown-—Salem, 184 E. Court St, C. 
F. Freeman 

Drelbelbis—New Jerusalem (DunkeU, A- 
L. Brumbach 

Dry Ridge—Trinity, C. EL Whetstone 
Dublin—St Luke's, J, E. Wildasin 
DuBois—St Peter's, IS N, High St t H, 
W. Walenta 

Duncannon—Christ, High St, A. G. Sand* 
rock 

Duqueshe—Grace, Kennedy Ave. & 7th 
St., N. H. Andres 
Durham—Durham, W. F, Wiley 
Dushore—Redeemer, German St, C. B. 
Meyers 

East Berlin—Swingll, W. King St, A. J. 
Forry 


nr East Berlin— 

Mt Olivet, A. J. Forry 
St. Paul—A. J. Forry 


East Fairfield—St. Mark's, L, D. Horn 
East Greenville*—New Goshenhoppen, C. 
M. DeLong 

East Mauch Chunk—First 4th & Center 
Sts,. N, E. Schelienbergar 


Easton— 

First, £9 N. 3rd, G. A. Creltz 
Grace, March & Porter St®., L. V. 
Hetrick 

Memorial, 19th St & Freemanaburg 
Ave., S. B. Leiby 

St Marks* 10 th &, Lehigh, F, W, Teske 
St Peter, 635 Centre St, F, W, Shafer 
nr Easton—St John. W. F. Wiley 
East Petersburg—Trinity, X, Main St, K 
O, Nagle 

East Sharpsburg—St, John's, L. M. King 
Eddyville—Eddyvi 1 le, R C, Strine 
Eden—Grace, L. M. Becker 
Edie—St Peter's, R. 1, Gass 
Effort—St John's, R H. Klingamau 
Egypt—Egypt. T. R. Brendle 
Elisabethtown—Christ S- Market St 
Elizabeth ville—Salem’s, A. L. Zcchman 
Elliottsburg—St John's, P. R. Wright 
Ell wood City—Immanuel, Eighth St & 
Crescent Ave,, V, A, Ruth 
Emlenton—St John's, Main St, J, A* 
Borger 

Emma us, N. 14 th St, R. E. Schaeffer 
Enola—St Matthew's, Altoona Ave. & 
Enola Drive, R. W. Rub right 
Enter!ine—St. Paul, G. W. Moyer 
Entriken—St Matthew's, C, A. Huyette 
Ephrata— 

Bethany, 140-142 East Main St, P. B. 
Snead 

First. Cherry & Locust Sts., D, J, W. 

Noil 


Erdman—Zion (Klinger's) 

Erie— 

First 126 West 9 th St, A. F* Abple 
Hungarian, 7 th & Cascade Sts., S. Balia 
St Paul's United, 1024 Peach St, L C* 
Tepas 

nr Erwinna—Upper Tinicum, R. L. Koehler 
Eureka—Pleasantvilie, A. C. Bartholomew 
Evans City—St John's, East Main St, 
R L. Keiser 

Everett—Trinity, 30 N. Spring St, 
Excelsior—Hope 

nr Export—Emmanuel's* H, A, Robb 
Fairfield—St John's, J. H. Ehrhart 
nr Fairfield—Jacob'* 

Fairview (Butler Co.)—St Peter's 
Fairview {Erie Co.)—St James, A. F. 
Abele 

Farmers' Mills—St. John's, L. E. Bair, Jr. 
Farmersville—St John's, H. J. Eh ret 
Fennelltown—Grace, J. M- Steinert 
Ferndale—St Luke's, R. L*. Koehler 
Fetterhoff—St Peter's, G, W, Moyer 
Fisher's Ferry—St. Ellas, G. P, Fetterolf 
Flahertown—St. Luke's, J. K Dobbs 
Fleetwood—St- Paul's, N. Franklin St, J. 
F. Kehm 


nr Fleetwood- 

Becker's St Peters, J. P. Kehm 
St Peter's* J. R, Ro therm el 
Shaker's (Salem), F, F, Haas 
Flicks ville—St Mark's, J. O. Reagle 
Fogelsville—St John's, W, O. Wolford 

Forks Twp.— 

Arndts* H, J. Ehrefc 

Salem, Stocker town Rd., F, R Shafer 


nr Forksville—Elkland, C. B. Meyers 
Fort Loudon—St Peters, Main St., M. 

B. Michael 

Fort Washington—St Paul's, G. A. Smith 
Frackvilie—St Peter's, 21 S. Nice St, J, 
M. Witmer 

Fredericksburg—St John's, C, M, Kis¬ 
singer 

nr Fredonla—St John's, J, M, Walthour 
Freeburg—St Peter's, J. M. Walthour 
Freeland—St, John, Washington & Chest* 
nut Sts., G. W. M. Kohler 
Freemansburg—Trinity, 226 Main St, J. 

C. She tier 

Freysville—Emmanuel, O. K. Maurer 
Fricks—St Peter's, J, E. Wildasin 
Friedens (Somerset Co.)—Friedena, J. S. 
Carr 

Frledenaburg-—St John's, E. T3L Fahrlnger 
Friedens ville—Friedens, G, C. Blngaman 
Frogtown—Nevin Memorial 
Fullerton—St Johns, Grape St, A, S. 
Mertz 

Garrett—Grace. F. D. Witmer 
Gastown—St Thomaa 

Gettysburg—Trinity, E* High & S, Strat¬ 
ton Sts., H. S. Fox 

nr Gettysburg—St Mark's, H. S. Fox 
Gibraltar—St John's, W. R. Yoeom 
Gilbert—“Salem, R H. Klingaman 
Girard Manor—St. John's, B. JFL Heller 
Glencoe—Glencoe, J, E, Giudlesperger 
nr Glencoe—Mt Lebanon, J. EL Gindel- 
sperger 

Glen Rock—Trinity, R W. Yohe 
nr Glen Rock—Jerusalem (Fisaers), R. 
W. Yohe 

Glen side—Glen side, Abington & Wharton 
Ave., E. C. Nagle 

Gouglersville^Wyomissing, W. R. Yocom 
Gowen City—St. Paul's, T, F. Kissinger 
nr Grant ville—Zion, J* F. Smeltzer 
Grata—Simeon's, A- L- Zechman 
Greenawalds—Christ A. S. Mertz 
Green Burr—Emmanuel 
Greeneastle—Grace, E. Baltimore St, G, 
EL Plott 


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Greenfield Stay on—Greenfield, H. C. 

Carolus 
Greensburg— 

First, 1.4 E. Third St, C. R, Zweizlg 
Trinity 131-139 N. Main St, P. H. 
Pontius 

Third, 1326 Elm St, S* E. Lobach 
Greenville—Zion's, Main St r P. C. Shu¬ 
maker 

nr Greenville—Jerusalem, J. ML Walthour 
Grill—Christ (Yocum's), It E. Starr 
GrimsvUle—New Bethel Zion's, A* L. 
Brum bach 

Grindstone Hill—Solomon's, J. C. Sanders 
HaUfax—Trinity, 30 N. 4th St. G. W. 
Moyer 

Hamburg—First, Cor, 3rd & Pine Sts., D, 
It Krebs 
nr Hamburg— 

St- Michael's, M. A, May 
St Paul (Smoke), H, D, Schneck 
Hamlin— 

St Paul's, C. M. Kissinger 
St Paul's, Union 

Hampton—Emmanuel, A. J. Forry 
Hanover— 

Emmanuel, 134 Broadway, N. E, Smith 
Grace, Fourth & N, Franklin Sts., VV. 
H. Banks 

Trinity, 114-116 York St, EL E. Sheely 
nr Hanover—St Bartholomew's 
Harmony—Grace, On the Square, D. W* 
Veith 

Harrisburg- 

Fourth, 16th & Market Sts., A. M. BUl- 
man 

St John's, 4th & Maclay Sts.* T. A. Crist 
Salem, 3rd & Chestnut Sts. 

Second, Verbeke & Green Sts,, H* S* 
Raab 


Harrison City—First, Export Bd., J. O. 
Gilbert 

nr Harrison City—Denmark Manor, J, u. 
Gilbert, 

Harroid's— St John's, F* F. Fischer 
Hatfield—Heidelberg, Lincoln Ave. W K 
CiaiK 

Haver tow*—St Janies, D. E. Boyer 
Hazleton- 

Emmanuel's, Church &. Diamond Ave. 
J* N, Garner 

Grace, 161 N. Laurel St, VV. Y, Gebhard 
Hebe—David s, J. AL Singer 
Heck town—Dryland, U. Frederick Bill- 
myer 

Hegins—Friedens, Second St, P. VV. Yoh 
nr Begins—Christ, P. W\ Yoh 
Helfensteln—Christ, T* F. Kissinger 

Heilam—Trinity, 2u0 E. Market ca, R* E. 
Shatter 

nr Heilam—Canadochly, H_ E. Shaffer 
Heller's-—Salem, F, D. Pentz 
Hellerlown—Christ, Durham & Penn Sts.* 
A. E. Schelihase 
nr Hellertown— 

Christ, Dower Saucon Twp., J, C. Shatter 
fat - Dukes (Old Williams;, Williams 
Twp., J. C. Shetler 

nr Henrietta—Mt Pleasant, L, M. King 
Herndon—Zion's, J, M, Singer 
Hess ton—St Paul's, C. U. Dink 
Hobble—st. Peter's, J. c, Chatlos 
HoliJdaysburg—St John's, 104 Maple Ave., 
G. VV. Dieter 
Hol&opple—Ch ri s t 
Homestead— § 

First, Carnegie Llbrar/, N* H. Andies 
Hungarian, 416 Tenth Ave., j. Paai 
ttopewell-SL John's, Christian St., a. C. 
Thompson 

Houservilie—Nazareth, T, G. Jones 
Howard—First, J. K- Gulick 
nr Howard—Emmanuel, J, K- Gulick 


Howertown—St John's, G. J. Daubach 
Hubleraburg—Trinity, W. O. Ziegler 
Hummelstowu—Hummels town, E. Main & 
Water Sts., A W. Barley 
nr Hunkers—Seanors 

Hunter Station—Emmanuel's* J, M, Singer 
Huntingdon—The Abbey Church, N. \V. 

Church & Sixth Sts,, H. D. McKeehan 
Hy ndman—First, Market & Adams, J. R. 
Bucher 

Ickesbn rg—I ck esb u rg 
nr Ickesburg—Emanuel 
Imler—^St Paul s, D. W. Schllcher 
nr Imler—St Mark’s, D. W. Schlicher 
Imlertown—Pleasant Hill, J. E. Dobbs 
Indian Creek—Christ, W. A, Breiseh 
Irwin—First, 400 Alain St. B, M. Dietrich 
nr Irwin—Brush Creek, c. D. Voll 
Jacksonville—Jacob's, C, R. Ralin 
Jack son wald—Schwarzwald, R. L Folk 
Jacobus—Salem, E, V. Strasbaugh 
Jeanette—Grace, 119 N. 2nd St, G. P. 
Kehl 

Jennerstown—Trinity, Lincoln Highway, 
R. I, Gass 

nr Jennerstown—Beam, R. I* Gass 
Johnstown— 

Hungarian, Chestnut St & 9th Ave., N. 
Wesselenyi 

St John's, Somerset & Dlbert Sts,, G. T. 
Fits 

St Paul's, 554 Park Ave., A. ML Wright 
Jonestown—St John's, J, F. Smellzer 
nr Jonestown—Salem (Walmer's), J, F. 
Smeltaer 

Juniata—St Paul's, 329 6th Ave. 

Kellers Church—Solomon's, T. M* Kressley 
Kempton— 

New Bethel* C. R. Rahn 
New Jerusalem (Red), A D. Brumbach 
Killinger—David's, E E. Ehrhart 
Kimmerlings—St Jacob's 
Kittanning—St Duke's* McKean & High 
Sts., H, F. Doch 

nr Kittanning—Mt Union, H. F. Loch 
Klingers town—St Michael* W, E. Boyer 
nr Klingers town—Salem, W, E. Boyer 
Knauertown—St Peter's 
nr Knox—St Paul's, R. L- Frazier 
nr KreldersviHe—Zion's, G. E. Koponhaver 
Ktmkeltown—St Matthews, A. A. Bohner 
Kutztown— 

St. John's, Walnut & Whileoak Sts., D. 
H, Nace 

St. Paul's, 47-51 S. Whlteoak St, P, E. 
Schmoyer 

Dam artine—Salem, J. A. Borger 


Lancaster— 

Faith* Duke & Green Sts., H, F. Hafer 
First, 42 E- Orange St* W, H. Bollman 
and M. H. Thies 

St Andrew's, Lime & New Sts., J. C. 
Raezer 

St John's, Mulberry & Orange Sts., C. 
J* Noss 

St Luke's, 719 Marietta Ave,, R. VV, 
Roschy 

St. Paul's, Duke & Orange Sts., T. A. 
Alspach 

St Peter's, College &. Buchanan Avea., 
J. E. Wagner 

Land in gvi lie—Faith, L. D. Loos 
Landlsburg—Trinity, P, K. Wright 
nr Dandisburg—St. Peter's, P, R. Wright 
Lans d ale—“S.t* J ohn’s, W. Main St. & 
Richardson Ave., H. C« Baer 
Lansford—Emanuel, Cor, Springgarden & 
Ridge, H. R. Ash 

Larimer—St. John's, R. F. Harting 
Datrobe—Christ, Llgonier & St Clair Sts., 
H. W. Black 

Luureldale—Rosedale* l3Gi Bellevue Ave,, 
S. Givler. Jr, 

Laurel ton—Ebenezer, J. R. Stoudt 
Daurys—St John’s, T. It Brendte 
nr Davansville—Salem, G. D, Roth 


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Leather Corner Post—Morgan land , L. M. 

Kutz, Jr. 

Lebanon— 

First, 10th & Walnut Sts,, M, E, Barr 
St. John's, 925-92$ Willow 8t„ C. B. 
MarsteUer 

St. Mark's, Sth & MMin Sts., B. J. 
Her be r 

St- Stephen's, Third & Walnut Sts., F, 

E. Swope 

nr Lebanon. Zion, C. M. Rlssinger 
Leek Kill—St. John, W. B. Boyer 
Leesport—Trinity, J. K. Stoudt 
nr Leesport—St. John’s (Gernanfs), J. 
K. Stoudt 

Lehighton—Zion, 2nd & Iron Sts., C, S. 
i^einbach 

Leithsvllle—New' Jerusalem, T, C Brown 
Lemasters—St. Paul's, A. K, Groff 
Lenhartsville—Friedens, H. L, Schncck 
Lewisburg—St. John's, N. 3rd & St. John 
St., F, L. Smith 
nr Lewisburg— 

Dreisbach, R. Mayer 
St, Peter's, T. B* Musaer 
Lewis town—Trinity* S, E. Cor. Central 
Ave. & Oak St, F, A, Rupley 
Lewlstown Valley—Zion, M- R. Schmidt 
Ligonier Valley—St. John's 
nr Limeport—Chestnut Hill, W. J. Rupp 
Limerick—St. James t 

Lincoln—Zion's, D, J, W. Noll 
Line Mountain—Jacob, W. E. Boyer 
Linfleld—Linfleld. A. F, Albright 
Llnglestown—Wenrich’s, E. EL Phillips 
Lionville—St. Paul's, G. L, Harting 
Lititz—St, Luke's, 222 N. Broad St. 

Li ttlestown—Redeemer, 107 East King 
St, F. E. Reynolds 
nr Uttlestown— 

Christ, L C. Brum bach 
Church of the Good Shepherd (Hoffman 
Orphanage), A. Leeming 
St James, F, E. Reynolds 
St. Luke's, J. C. Brum bach 
Liv on la—Grace 
nr Llewellyn—Friedens 
Lock Haven—St. Lukes, Beliefonte Ave. & 
Main St, R. W. Qlewiler 
Loysburg—St John's, L M. King 
LoysvilLe—Lebanon, P* R, Wright 
nr Loysvi lie—Trinity 
Luthersburg—St Luke's 
Lykens—Christ, N, 2nd St, P. C. Scheirer 
nr Lykens—St Peter's, A. L. Zee liman 
LynnvlUe—St. Peter's, G. R. Rahn 
Macungie—Solomon's, £2 Church St, It 
D. Althouse 

nr Macungie—St. Peter's (Union), J. X. 
Blatt 

Madi so n bu rg—Chr 1st 
Mahanoy City— 

Grace, 500 E. Pine St, C, M, Raver 
St Paul's, S. W. Cor. Main & Pine Sts., 

F. A. Guldin 
Mai n lan d—Christ 

Mainville—Emmanuel, L. M. Martin 
Malta—St. Luke's, E, A. Deeh 
nr Malvern—St. Peter's 
Manheim—St Paul, N, Main St,, H, M. 
Leldy 

Mahri's Choice—Grace, C. E. Whetstone 
Manor-First, Cor, Observatory Jc Blaine 
Sts., C. L. Veil 

Mantzville—St. Peters, W. W. Moyer 
nr Marburg—St. Paul's 
Marietta—Zion’s, 3 Waterford Ave. 
Marion-—Heidelberg, J, C. Sanders 
Mark els vi lie—St John's, A- G. Sand rock 
Marklesburg—Zion’s, C. A. Huyette 
Martsnsburg—St John, Julian St, 8. P. 
Martz 

nr Martinsburg—Salem, S. P. Martz 
Martins Creek—Mt, Zion, J. O. Reagie 
Marysville—Trinity, Verbeke St, Ft. W. 
Rub right 

Mausdale—St John's, C. F. Glass 


Maxatawny—Zion’s, F. D. Slifer 
May town—May town, Elizabeth St 
Mazeppa—Mazeppa, T. B. Musaer 
Me Ad oo—Christ Washington St., F. J. 

Heckman 

nr McAlister villa—Ni emend's 
McClure—Mt. Bethel, H. B. Zechman 
nr McClure— 

St John's, H. B. Zechman 
Samuel's* H. B. Zechman 
McConnellsburg—St. Pauls, N, Second St, 
M. B- Michael 

McConnellstown—Trinity, C, G, Link 
McDaniel's—Zion, L. D. Horn 
McEwensville—S L John's, C. W. Smith 
McKe&nsburg—Christ, M. R, Schmidt 
McKeesport— 

First, Union Sc Library Sts,, H. G. Mnsser 
First Hungarian, 134 Eighth Ave. 
McKnlghtstown—St. John's, J. H, Ehrhart 
Me&dvOle— 

St. Paul's, Park Ave. Sc Foplar St., V. 
J. Tfngler 

Zion, S. Main & Poplar Sts,, L. R. 
Moessner 
nr Meadvilie— 

St. John, Union Twp. 

Watson Run, Vernon Twp. 
Mechanicsburg—St Paul's, Frederick & 
Locust Sts., G. H. Klinefelter 
Mercersburg—Trinity, E. Seminary St, J. 
W, Moyer 

nr Meridian—St John's, G. R. Winters 
Mertztown—St. Paul's, R, D. Althouse 
nr Mertztown— 

I^ongswamp, J, L. Herbster 
New Jerusalem, E, G, Wolford 
Meyersdale—Amity, N* C, Brown 
nr Meyers dale— 

St Mark's, J. E. Gindle&perger 
St Paul's (Wilhelm), G. K. Ely 
Mickleys —St. John's, R. J. Keen 
MIddleburg—First Market St, H. G. 
Snyder 

nr MIddleburg—St Paul's, K. Mayer 
Middle Lancaster—St Peter’s, L. W. Vieth 
Midvale—Harbaugh, F. A, Rosen berger 
MifElinburg—St. John's, Market St. J, R. 
Stoudt 

Millbach—St. Paul's, A, R. Bachman 
Millers—St, Jacob's, G. W. Moyer 
Millersburg—Trinity, Center & East 3ta. f 

G. P. Stoudt 

nr Millers town—St Peter's 
MUlersville—Zion's, £17 N. George St, 

MiIIgrove—Grace, E. J. Sykes 
nr Mill Hall—Ml. Bethel. J, R. Guliek 
Mlllhelm—St John's, C. W, Tsenberg 
nr Millmont—St Peter's, J. K. Stoudt 
Mi 11 vale—First, 425 North Ave,, J. R. 
Shope 

Milnesville—St John's on the Mountain 
Milton—St John's, IS Arch St* N. E. 
Danner 

nr Milton—Paradise W. H, Siegel 
MLnersvilla—Emanuel, 320 Church St, S, 
A. Moyer 

MonongaheLa—First Hungarian, Main St 
Monroe—St Mark's, R. L. Frazier 
Mt. Aetna—St John's 
Mt Carmel—-Grace, Third & Market Sts.* 
Mount FI easant—First, Main & Hitch man 
Sts., M. H. Heath 

Mount Pleasant Twp.—St John’s, M. E, 
Heath 

Mountain Grove—Trinity, A. G. Holt 
Mo untvlUe—Trinity, Main St, E. E, Kalk- 
brenner 

nr Murrysvllle—011vc 

Myers town—Myerstown, 306-03 W. Main 
Ave., D, Lockart 

nr Myerstown—Trinity (TulpehoCken), I. 
L. Rudisill 

Xanticoke—Zion, 40 W. Main St„ H, J. 
Leinbach 

Nazareth—St John's* Broad and Prospect 
Sts., W. H. Diehl 

nr Nazareth—Jehovah, H. D. Glauss 


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Netfa—union, B, J* Urtter 
Nescopeck—First, Third & Schley* R. E, 
F* Abbott 

New Berlin—Emmanuel's* It Mayer 
nr New Bethlehem—St Luke's, H* R 
Lequear 

New Bloomfield—Trinity, 106 W. High 
St, A. G. Sandrock 

New Buena Vista—St Mark's* C* F- 
Whetstone 

New Chester—St John, A. J, Forry 
New Freedom*—Bethany, C* M. Mitzell 
New Hamburg—St* Mark's, E. R* Fabian 
New Hanover—Falkner Swamp, \V. H, 
Solly 

New Holland—St Stephen, 249 B. Main 
St, C* G. Bachman 

nr New Holland—Zeltenreteh, C* G, Bach- 


New Kensington—Trinity, 1008 Constitu¬ 
tion Blvd., R, V. Hartman 
New Mahoning—St John's, W. W. Moyer 
Newmanstown—-Elias, A* R- Bachman 
New Oxford—St Faults, S* Peter St, A, 
C. Rohrbaugh 

Newport—incarnation, N, Fourth St, K 
C* Zechman 

New Providence—Zion, Wallace A. Baum 
New Ringgold—Frledens, M. R, Schmidt 
New Stanton—St Luke's. A, E. Master 
New Tripoli—Ebenezer, T, H, Bachman 
nr New Tripoli— 

LowhlU, C- R Hahn 
St Paul's, W. O. Wolford 
Weisenberg, W* O. Wolford 
Niantic—Christ, W, C* ManU 


Norristown—- 

Ascension, 26 E. Airy St, J. W* Bright 
Christ, 1003 W. Marshall, C* T* Glessner 
Trinity, Swede & Elm Sts., W. H* Long 
Northampton— 

Grace, 9th & Lincoln Ave,* P* I* Hahn 
St Paul's, 19th St & Lincoln Ave*, S. 
S. Smith 

North Heldelberg^North Heidelberg 
North Wales—St Luke's, 125 N* Main, J. 
M, Herzog 

Nutnldia—St* Paul's, E. J, Sykes 
Nuremberg—Emmanuel's, Main St, B* R 
Heller 

Obelisk—Keelors (Union), C. H. Brown 
Old Stanton—Trinity, S. E. Lobach 
Old Zionsville—Zionsville* J. N. Blatt 
Oley—Fdedans, E, G, Wolford 
nr Oley’—Spies (Zion's), F. P. Haas 
Or angeville^—Orangeville, Main St, J, M, 
Light 

nr Orangeville— 

St James, J. M* Light 
Zion, J* M* Light 

Qrwlgsburg—St John's, Market St., G. J* 
Bartholomew 

nr Orwlgaburg—Zion, L, D. Loos 
Grwfn—St Peter’s, C. L. Osenbach 
Osterburg—Trinity, D. W. Schhcher 
Overton—St, Paul's, C. B. Meyers 
Fackerton—Christ, W. W, Moyer 
Palmerton—First, Delaware Ave., W. T. 
Longsdorf 

nr Palmerton—St John's, R E. Kutz 
Fajmyra—Trinity, Main & Chestnut Sts., 
E. G. Leinbach 

Parryville—St Peter's, 2nd St* R* E. Kutz 
Pavia—Mt Zion, C* Imhof 
Paxinos—St Peter's, G, P. Fetterolf 
Pen Argyl—Faith, Pennsylvania Sc Heller 
Aves*, A* S* Leiby 

nr Pen Argyl—St Peter's, A. 8. Leiby 
Penbrook—St Andrew's, S4 Banks St 
Penns burg—Fennsburg, 775 Main St. W. 
C* Man Iz 

Penn's Creek—Emmanuel, R. Mayer 
Penryn—Jerusalem 

Perkasle—St Stephen's, Sixth A Arch 
Sts., EL Obold 


Philadelphia— 

Bethany, 6558 Rising Sun Ave*, P, W. 
Weiss 

Bethlehem, Blair & Norris Sta, W. 
Kehl 

Calvary* 29th & Lehigh, Ave*, J. K* 
Kohler 

Christ, 1520-28 Green St 
Emanuel, 2628 Fillmore St, Bridesburg, 
V* Steinberg 

Emanuel, Baring & 38th St, W. Phila. 
Faith, 7255 Ogonts Ave., W* R. Shaffer 
First, 50 th & Locust Sts. 

Grace, 11th & Huntingdon Sts., B* M* 
Werkhelser 

Heidelberg, 5800 N. Broad St*, J, C. 
Heater 

Karmel* 72nd & Elmwood Ave., W* G- 
Weiss 

Messiah, 13th & Wolf Sts., G* M. Smith 
Mount Hermon, 16th Sc Wlngohocking, 
D. F* Singley 

Oak Lane, 66th Ave* & 7th St, C. W. 
DeChant 

Olivet, lQth & Ruscomb, G* A* Shulls 
Palatinate, Haverford Ave* & Robinson 
St, C* d Leibig 

St* Andrews, 22nd & Snyder Ave., H* N* 
Spink 

St* John's, Frankford Ave* & Ontario 
St, A. Pi sea tor 

St Luke's, 923-929 N, 26th St* A* W. 
Klingner 

St Mark's, Fifth St*, below Lehigh Ave., 
N. C* Dlttea 

St Matthew's, Fifth St* below Erie 
Ave., F* Chartron 

St. Paul's* Wharton St and S. Cleveland 
Ave* 


Salem-Zlon, N. 6 th above Girard, W. 
E* Reifsnyder 

Tabor. W. Chew & N* Falrhlll Sts., C* 
D. Rockel 

Trinity, N. B. Cor* Broad & Venango, 
G. E. Dillinger 

Woodcrest, Mt Pleasant Sc Thouron 
Aves., J. A* Wenner 


PhoenixviUe— 

Hungarian, 3rd & Main Sts. 

St John's, 311-315 Clay St, A. A 
Hartman 


nr Phocnlxville—-East Vincent Ridge Rd., 
R F* Brilihart 
Pillow—Salem, EL A. Dech 
Fine Grove—St Peter's, 277 8. Tul- 

pehocken St, H* C* Correll 
nr Pine Grove—Salem's, E. E. Fahrlnger 
Pine Grove "Mills—Bethel, T. G. Jones 
Pine Hall—St. Peter's, T* G* Jones 
Piney Ridge—St Jacob's, C* G. Link 
Pitcairn—First, Cor. 6th St & Highland 
Ave., H. J, Naftzinger 
Pittsburgh— 

Ascension* 1615 Termon Ave*, H, L* 
K ra use 

First Hungarian, 217-221 Johnston Ave., 
j, Varga 

Grace, Bayard & Dithridge, K* A. Stein 
Mount Troy, Homestead St, C* A* Ittel 
St Mark's, N* Highland Ave. at Har¬ 
vard St., J. G. Walter 
St. Paul's, 179 44th St. 

St Paul's, E v., 712 East St*, Q* D, 
Hem pel man 

St. Peter's, 18-20 Schubert SL, Spring 
Garden, P* A. Ben thin 
St Peters Ev, Lath*, 6212 Station St. 
E. H. Baasler 

St Peter's, 602 Lockhart St, J. N. 
Bethune 

nr Pleasant Hill—St* David's 
Pleasant Unity—St. Luke's* Church St* 
A* H, K* Hoshauer 

Pleasant Valley-Trinity, Pleasant Valley 
Rd.* G* E. Herbert 
Plowville—Plow, W. R Yocom 


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Plymouth—First* 33 Willow St* ( H. J. 
Leinbach 

Pocono Lake—Salem. J* M, Shellenberger 
Pond Hill—St Mark's, J* C. Chatlos 
Port Clinton—St Johns, L. D. Loos 
Potts town— 

St. John's, High & Price Sts* 

St. Paul's, Walnut & Penn Sts. 

Trinity, Hanover Sc King- Sts* f J. B. 
Frants 

Zion's, Chestnut & Hanover Sts., H. A. 
Kosnnan 

nr Pottstown—Shenkei, A, P. Albright 
Pottsvllle— 

First, 9X0 W* Market St., I* M, Fetterolf 
Trinity, 316 W. Market St, It A Bausch 
Pricetown—SL John's, EL G, Wolford 
Punxsutawhey—St Peter's, 437 Graffins 

Atr^ M 1SJ fi 

Quakertown—First, 5th & W* Broad St, 
P, T* Stoudt 

Quarry vine—St Paul's, 4 th & Church Sts*, 
Quentin—St. Paul's, G* A F, GHesing 
R&lnBburg—Zion, Bert E* Wynn 
Rankin—Hungarian, J97 Kenmam* Aye. 
Ravine—St Paul's, H* C* Correll 
Heading— 

Calvary, Centre Ave. & Oley St., F. J. 

Dundore and H, C, Hollinger 
Faith. Bingaman St above Fourth, J. 
R. Eothermel 

First, 611 Washington St, D. J. Wetzel 
Grace ( Alsace), 2152 Kutztown Rd*, J, 
M. Mongol 

Olivet, Center Ave* & Exeter St. 

St Andrew's, Spruce & Miller Sts*, C* E* 
Roth 

St John's, 9th & Chestnut Sts., H. C. 
Goerlnger 

St Mark s, W* Greenwich & Hitter Sts., 
P. T* Slinghoff 

St Paul's, Memorial, N. 6th St. between 
Washington & Walnut Sts., S* F. 
Brenner 

St Stephen's, Ninth & Greenwich, M* 
D* SUfer 

St Thomas, 11th & Windsor Sts*, L, M. 
Erdman 

Second, 43 S* 6th, S- E. Mackey 
Trinity,* 24th & Cumberland Ave., ML 
Penn, F, A* Sterner 
Zion's, Washington & Cedar Sts., H. S* 
Kehm 

nr Reading—Hinnershltz, J. R. Rotbermel 
Reamstown'—Salem, Church St, W. iS, 
Brendte 

Rebersburg—St. Peter's 
Rebuck—Hlmmel's, J. M. Sfnger 
Red Cross—St* Peter's* J, M. Singer 
Red Lion—St* John's. 3 51-163 N. Main 
St,, 0* K, Maurer 
Red Rock—St Paul's, A* G* Holt 
Reed's Station—Jacob's, G. P. Fetterolf 
Heh rersbu rg—Tri n i ty 

Rexmont—Templeman, G. A F* Grjeslng 
nr Reyn olds vi lie—Paradise, W. L. Schacht 
Rich Held—R) ch field 
Richland—Grace* Church & Park Sts. 
Richland town—St John's, Main St, G. E, 
Herbert 

Richmond Furnace—St Luke's, J. W. 
Moyer 

Ridgevtile—St James, C. F* Glass 
Rldgway—Evangelical & Reformed, 412 
Ash St** I, R* Harkins 
Riegelsville—St John, Easton Road, S* J. 
Kirk 

Rife—Zion Union, E. E* Ehrhart 
Rimersburg—Jerusalem, H* R* Lequear 
Rlngtown—St Paul's, Main St, B, R- 
Heller 

Roaring Spring—Christ, E* Main St 
Robesonia—St* Paul's 
Rockport—St John, C. T* Moyer 
Rockwood—Trinity, Main & Market Sts. 
Rohrerstown—Salpm. Main St* G* R. 
Johnson 


Roxbuiw—Trinity, A* J. Miller 
Royersrord—FI rat, Washington St. & 4th 
Ave F. P. Watts 
Huffs Dale—Christ, A. E. Master 
Russellville—St Paul's* C* A Huyette 
Sacramento—St Paul's, F. W* Toh 
Sadler—St John's* C. M. Mitzell 
S aegersto wn—Me rcy 

Saegersville—Heidelberg, T* H, Bachman 
St Clair—St John's, 40 S* Front St* S. 
A. Moyer 

St Johns—St. John's, T. C* Hesson 
gt. Petersburg—St Peter's* J* A* Borger 
St Thomas—Trinity, A K, Groff 
Sal Jna—Sal In a, D, C, Book 
Salisbury—St, John's, Ira S- Monn 
Salona—Salona, J* R. Gulick 
nr Sand Patch—Grace* J. E* Gindelsperger 
Sassamansvllle—Sassaman's, W. C, Mantz 
Saxton—Trinity, Church St, A C* Thomp¬ 
son 

Saytorsburg—Mt Eaton, A* A* Bohner 
Echaeffera town—St Paul's, A. R. Bachman 
Schellaburg—St John's, C. E. Whetstone 
Sch ell av ille—Sch ell's, E* H. Phillips 
Schuylkill Haven— 

First* 48 Centre Ave,, B. R. Keener 
St John's, 121 E. Main, R* C. Eroh 
Schwenkville^-Heidelberg, Perkiomen Ave* 
& 2nd St., D, X* Gass. 

Sclota—Hamilton, A. A Bohner 

Scottdale—Trinity, 106 Chestnut St, G. 

E. Illff 
Scranton— 

First, Bromley Ave* & Price St, L. C. 
F. Miller 

Second, Cor. Prospect & Willow 

Frospect Ave* at Beech St. 
B. E. KurkowskI 

Seemsvllle—St Peter's, G, J. Laubach 
^ellnsgrove—St, Paul's, Market & Mill 
Sts. T O, W* Nace 
nr Selinsgrove— 

St Paul's 

Salem, H. G, Snyder 
Zion, H, G. Snyder 

Sellersvi lie-—St Paul's, 104 Green St* J. 
R. Shop ley 

Seven Valleys—Zion's (Shaffer's*, P* p. 
Yoder 

nr Seven Valleys—St, Peter's, R. W, Yohr 
Sham ok in— 

St* John's, 115 N* Eighth St, E* O 
Butkofsky 

Salem, Pine & Cedar Sts., L, C, Brum 
baugh 

Shanksville—St, John. A, J. Miller 

— s *- Paul's* Sharpsvitle Ave,, J. 
H* Reese 

Sharpsburg—St John's, 8th & Clay 
R. C. Steele 

Sharpavilie—Grace, Main & Walnut Sts 
R* E* Dickey 

Shartiesville—Frieden's, F. W* Ruth 

Shenandoah—Trinity. Lloyd St bet Jar- 
din & West, A. G. Peters 
Sheppton—St. James, Center St*, F, .J 
Heckman 

ShIslington—Immanuel, Washington St. & 
3Sew Holland Ave., T. W* Rhoads 

Sts.?”?!" W*1eiwef< PrlnCe * B ' ° rajlBf ' 
ShoemakersvilIe—St Luke's* M. A. May 
Shoenersvllle—Christ, G. J. Laubach 
Shrewsbury—St, Paul* C. M. Mitzell 
Shuman's—St. Peter's, B. R Heller 
Slnkmg^SpHng—St John's, Penn Ave., T. 

nr Sinking Spring—Kissinger's 
gkippack—Trinity, Church Rd** C. G* Petri 
Slatedale—Trinity* R* J. Urffer 
Slatington—St John's, 17 Second St* R, 
M* Paine 

nr Slatlngton—Frledens, R. J* Urffer 
Slocum—Mt. Zion, J* C. Chatloa 
Smith Station—Bethel 
Snyders—Zion, W. W. Moyer 


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Somerset—St Paul's, W. Union & Edge- 
wood, G. U Roth 

Souderton—Zwingli* 311 Main St, A. M + 
Kahn 

nr Seudertoii—Immanuel's* G, W. Spotts 

South Bend—St Jacob's 

South Forkasie—St Andrew's, 615 E. 

Walnut St-, S. 13, Moyer 
Span gsvi lie—Salem. E, G. Wolford 
nr Spinnerstown—Great Swamp (Trinity), 
W. J. Rupp 

Sprankle Mills—St John's 
Spring City— 

First, Chestnut St, R. E. Wilhelm 
St Vincent, Ridge Rd. 
nr Spring City—Brownbacks, L. J, Sandt 
Springdale—Magyar, Keene St, 

Spring Glen—St Matthew's (Colemans) 
Spring Grove—Mt. Zion, Main & Constitu- 
tlon Aye., G. W. Welsh 
nr Spring Grove— 

St. Peter’s, F. F. Glassmoyer 
Trinity, 3. S, Royer 
Spring Mills—Grace, I* E. Bair, Jr. 
nr Spring Mills—Salem, C, W. Isenberg 
Starview—Christ, M. T. Schaeffer 
State College—FsCith. E. College Ave. & 
Miles St, A. S. Asendorf 
State Line—Trinity, G. E. Plott 
Steelton—First, 2nd & Swatara Sts,, C. L, 
Nose 

Steltz—Bethlehem, C. M. Mttzell 
Stler—Bethany, J. G, Reagle 
Stone Church—Christ, J. O* Reagle 
Stone V&lley—Zion, E. A, Dech 
Stovorstown—St Paul's, F. F. Glassmoyer 
Stowe, Hungarian, A. E. Harto 
Stowe—St Paul's, Glasgow A Linden Sts. 
Stoyestown—St Pauls, J, 6. Carr 
nr Stoyestown—-Mt. Tabor, J, S, Carr 
Strausstown—Zion's, F. W. Ruth 
Strawberry Ridge—Trinity. S. R. Kresge 
Stroudsburg—Zion, N. Sth St., F, H, Blatt 
Summit Hill—St Paul's. Chestnut & 
Hazard Sts., E. W, Kohler 
nr Summit Station— 

St. Mark's, E. E. Fah ringer 
St. Paul's, E, E, Fahringer 
Sumneytown—Friedens (Union), C, H. 
Brown 

Sunbury—First, Cor, Second & Chestnut, 
C. W. Buffington 

nr Sunbury (Brush Valley) —Emanuel, G. 
P- Fetterolf 

Swartzvllle—Muddy Creek, E* G, Link 
Swift water—St. Paul's, J. M. Shellrn- 
berger 
To maqua— 

St John's, Biddle & Pine Sts,, A. D. 
Knoefcel 

Trinity, Lafayette & Washington Sts., 
J. A. Kleinginna 

TannersvIlle—Grace, J. M. Shellcnberger 
r ^amy—St Peter's, 4th & Broad Sfe, F. 

Taylor—St Paul's, 401 W, Grove St., p. 
R. Zink 

Telford—Trinity, 111 Main, G. W. Spotts 
Temple—Christ, Cor, Kutztown Rd. & 
Euclid Ave., S. Givler, Jr. 

Terre Hill—Center, W. S. Brendle 
nr Thomasvilte—Paradise, J. S. Hover 
Tlnicum—Lower Tinieum* R. I A Koehler 
Titusville—St. Paul’s, Franklin & Brooks 
Sts., W* H. Cogley 

Topton—St Peter's, Spruce and Franklin 
Sts., F. D, Slifer 

Tower City—Trinity, 400 E, Grand Ave,, 
C, Lw Osenbach 

Track a vi lie—Jerusalem, R. H. Klingaman 
Transfer—Zion's, E. R. Fabian 

St. Luke's—200 Main St, A. €. 

nr Trauger—St. Paul's, A. H. K. Hoshauer 
Tremont—St. Peter's, J. K. Wetzel 
Treyorton—Trlnfty, Coal & 8 St, T. F, 
Rissinger 


Trexlertown—St. Paul's, R. D. Althouso 
Troutville—Trinity, W. L. Sehacht 
Troxelvllle—Grace, H. B. Zechman 
T rum batters ville—Christ, W, E, Trexler 
Tulpehooken—St John’s, (Host) 

Turbo tv ille—Trinity* Church St.* W. B. 
Siegel 

Turtle—Creek—Calvary, 125 Shaw Ave. 
Tusearora—Zion, H. R. Schmidt 
Tusseyville—Emmanuel, L, E. Bair, Jr, 
Tylersville—St. John's 
Union Deposit—Union Deposit 
l Tnion tow n—Union tow n H tin ga ria n, 206 
Mount Vernon St. T J, Melegh 
Upton—St Stephen's, A. K- Groff 
Urban—St. Paul's, J. M. Singer 
Vandergrlft—First, 24S Franklin Ave., C. 
H. Rich line 

Vicksburg—St. Paul's, P. L Smith 
VintondaTe—Hungarian, 345 Main St, S. 
Fapmeder 

Walberts—Jordan, L. M- Kutz. Jr, 
Wainutport—Christ, Main St., G. E, 
Kopenhsver 

Wapwallopen—rSt. John's, J. C. Chatlos 
Warren—Emanuel.' Pennsylvania Ave. E, 
at AI son St., W. T. Lane 
Watson town—Trinity, Sixth & Main Sts.* 
C. W. Smith 
Waynesboro— 

St Paul, 18 S, Potomac St., F* A. 
Rosenberger 

Trinity, 18 W. North St, G, H. Bricker 
nr Waynesboro—Salem, G. H* Bricker 
Weatherly—Salem, First & FelL Sts., C, 
T. Moyer 

nr Weatherly—St Matthew* C. T. Moyer 
Weisel—St. Peter's. Bethlehem Rd., S. E. 
Moyer 

Welssport—Jacob's. Franklin St, 
Wellersburg—Zion* J, R. Bucher 
Wernersville— 

First Penn Ave. 

St. John's (Ham's), R. E, Starr 
Wessnendlle—Friedens, A. L. Bra mb acli 
West Cameron—St. Peter's* T. F, Kissinger 
West Hazleton— 

Christ’s Memorial, W. Madison Ave. & 
Allen St, M. J, Jeffers 
St Paul’s* Cor, Broad & 5th Sts., R. Q. 
Chatlos 

nr West l-eesport— 

Bern* p. P, Haas 
Epler'e 

West MUtcm—St. Paul’s, High St, T, B. 
Jlusser 

West Point—Grace, Garfield St, G, W. 
Hartman 

West Reading—St, James* 7 th &. Penn, 
Ave., J. B- Landis 
Wilkes-Barre— 

First, 500 S. Franklin St. C. O. Ti’exler 
St. Luke’s* N. Main at Hollenhack Ave. 
Wilkinsburg—Trinity, Coal & Rebecca 
Sts,* E. R. Gorman 
Williamsburg— 1 Trinity, G. W* Dieter 
Williamson—St. Paul'a. A, K. Groff 
W i 11 iam spo rt— 

Immanuel Ev. Luth.* 214 E. Third St, 
H. M. Strub 

St. Johns, Packer & Ross Sts., H. L 
WhJtebread 

Willow Street—Willow Street* N. W* 
Shollenberger 

Windber—Hungarian, 402 Somerset Ave.* 
L Szabo 

nr Winfield—St, John's* R. Mayer 
Wind Gap—Trinity. A. S, Lelby 
Windsor' Castle—Zion, H. L. Schneck 
Womelsdorf— 

Bethany Orphans' Home, R. S. Vandevere 
Zion, Second & High Sts., H. J. Miller 
Worcester, Wentz's, G. W. Hartman 
Woxall—Old Goshen hop pen, C. H. Brown 
Wyndmoor—St. Mark’s, 1103 E, Willow 
Grove Ave. 

Wyomissing—Bailsman Memorial* Penn 
Ave,, Trent to Belmont Ave., R. C. Bill* 
meyer 


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Yatesboro—St, Pauls 
nr Yatesboro—Salem. R. C. Strine 
Yellow Creek—St* Luke’s 
York— 

Bethany. 800 W, Princess, J. H. San do 
Emmanuel, 815 E. Market St,. G. S. 
Hartman 

Faith, Elm Terrace & Pacific Ave., A, 
C. Robinson 

Grace, N. Hartley & Park Sts., 1. A. 
Ran be nh old 

Heidelberg:, 47 W. Philadelphia St*. K. 
Then a 

Memorial. S, Queen near College Ave., 
J. A. Fryer 

St. Stephen's, W, Market at Seward 
Sts., C. S. Smith 

Trinity First, 32 W. Market St., A. S. 
Meek 

Zion, Cleveland Ave. & Lafayette St.. 
A, L, Grove 
nr York— 

Locust Grove, R- E. Shaffer 
Mt Zion, M. T, Schaeffer 
Shiloh, R. tV. Limbert 
Wolfs—St. Paul, E* V. Strasbaugh 
Fork New Salem—St. Jacob's, F. F. 
Glassmoyer 

Toungwood—First, 13 S. 4th St., F. F, 
Fischer 

Yukon—Yukon (Grace) 

Zelienople— 

St Peter’s, Grandview Ave., H. L. 
Logsdon 

Zelienople Hungarian, L. Varga 
Zerbe—St. John's, J. K, Wetzel 
Zion—Zion, W. O, Ziegler 
Zion View—-Zion, M. T. Schaeffer 

SOUTH DAKOTA 
Alpena—Ebenezer, H. K. Hartmann 
Artas—Art as 
nr Artas—Friedens 
Deimont—Bethany, J. W. Grether 
nr Delmont—New Salem. J. W. Grether 
Elkton—Peace, 4th & Buffalo Sts., W. C. 

Fischer 
Emery-—Hope 
Eureka’—Petersburg 
nr Eureka— 

Calvin 
Glucks tal 
Freeman— 

Bethlehem 

Freeman 

iir Freeman—Johann istha 1 

Garretson—U nl ty 

G re en way—Rohrbach, 

nr Hammer—St. Paul’s, A. A. Graf 

Herreid—Herreid 

nr Herreid—Missouri 

Herrick—“Zion, J. W, Grether 

Ho&mer—Hosmer 

nr Hosmer—Neudorf 

Isabel— 

Hope 
Salem 
Java—Java 
Leola—Oranlen 
T#ong Lake—Sarons 
Marlon—Bethel, H. A. Hartmann 
Men no— 

Ebenezer, E, Kaompchen 
Salem, E, Kaempchen 
Saron, E. Kaempchen 
nr Menno—Zion 
Miller—Hope (Highmore) 

Nisland—Peace, G, T. Zucher 
nr Reliance—Hope, H, K. Hartmann 
Scotland—Bethany 
Tripp-— 

Friedens, W. E. Odenbach 
Zion 

nr Tripp—■ 

Bethel, W. E. Odenbach 
Bethel, N. EL J. W. Grether 
Immanuel, W. BL Odenbach 


Tulare—Salem 
Turtle Creek—St. John's 
Virgil—Salem, H, K, Hartman* 
nr Weasington Springs—Hope, H. K. 
Hartmann 

TEN X ES SlBE 

Bel vide re—First, 14. E. Settlage 
Nashville—First, 1212 9lh Ave, N„ G. R. 
Harris 

TEXAS 

Beasley—Frieden’s, R. E. Huber 
nr Ben Arnold—St. James 
Birch—Salem, L, F. Modschiedler 
Burlington—St John’s 
Burton—St. John's 
Cego—St. Paul 

Clbolo—St Paul, C. J. Krueger 
nr Clifton (Womack), Zion, E. G. Kleppe 
Corpus Christf—St, Paul's, 222 King St, 
J. B. Washburn 

Coupland—St Peter's, R. Mohr 
nr Cypress—Christ, H. R. Jeschke 
Dallas—St. Paul's, Texas & Florence Sts., 
M. P. Kniker 

Fort Worth—St John’s, 908 Penn syl¬ 
van i a A.ve, 

Gay Hill—Friedens, L. F. Modschiedler 
Gerald—St. Paul's, R. Mueller 
Gerpnimp—Friedens, R. F. Kuretsch 
nr Hockley—Trinity, H. R. Jeschke 
Houston— 

Bethel* Ev. Luth., Shepherd Dr. & 
Center St., H. H. Schowe 
Christ, Canal & N. Delmar Sts*, O. F. 
Schroerluke 

First, IS 11 Holman Ave. p D. Baltzer 
Kurten—Zion, W. Wuerz 
nr Kyle—St, John’s, F, D. Wmckelmunn 
nr Lewisville—Friedens 
Lockhart—Christ, 764 S. Main St., E. T. 
FUtt 

Lyons, Immanuel, L. F. Modschiedler 
nr Marion—Redeemer, E. H. Schwengel 
nr Marlin—St. Paul's, G. J. Krueger 
nr Moorevill&—Zion’s 

Mound Prairie—St. Stephen's, L. F. Mad- 
schiedler 

Needville—Immanuel, W. E. Scholze 
New Blelau—Trinity, C. Emigholz 
New Braunfels—First, S, Seguin & W. 

Coll Sts., E. H* Berger 
Orange Grove—Luther, E. O. Eiben 
nr Otto—St, John's, K. M< Jeschke 
Richland—St. John's Evan. Luth., J. J. 
Ka.siske 

Riesel—Friedens 

Robinson—St. John's, J, F, Krueger 
Rosenberg—St. John's, R. E. Huber 
Rowena—Zoar, F. W. Lammert 
San Angelo—Immanuel. College & Oakes 
SU., F. W. Lammert 
San Antonio— 

Bethany, 611 E. Myrtle St., C. Burkle 
Community, 550 Canton St., W. H. AuL 
derhaar 

Schutenbiirg—Ev. Lutheran. A. F, Bahn&en 
Heguin—Cross, Bauer &. Krezdorn Sts., R. 
H. Pantermuehl 

Spring—Immanuel, H. R. Jeschke 
Spring Branch—St. Peter. W. J, Luthe 
Three Oaks—Friedens, C, Burkle 
nr Tynan—Peace, E. O. Eiben 
nr Valley Mills (Cayote), St John's, E. 
G. Kloppe 

Waco—Zion, 629 S. Sth St., C. Wolff 
Washington—Friedens, P. Plepenbrok 
Weimar—Evangelical & Reformed, C. 
Emigholz 

West—St. Peter’s, R. Mueller 
White Oak, St. John's Ev. Luth., W. J. 
Luthe 

Woodsborc—Christ, B. O* Eiben 


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VIRGINIA 

Arlington—Bethel, 454? Lee Blvd., L, A* 
Peeler 

Bridgewater—St Michael's, L, O, Car- 
baugh 

Con I c ville—Christ 

Edinburg—St. Paul, High St 

Fisher's Hill—Emmanuel, H, A. Behrens 

Hamburg—St John 

Harrisonburg—St. Stephen's, Cor. S. Main 
& Campbell Sts.. L. N. Strunk 
LovettsviUe—St James, N, H. Fravel 
McGaheysviUe—Brown Memorial, L. O. 
Carbaugh 

nr Middlebrook—St John's, W. S. Gerhard 
Mt Crawford— 

Friedens, L. O. Carbaugh 
Trinity 

ML Jackson—Emmanuel, G. B. Michael 
nr Mt. Jackson— 

Grace, G. B. Michael 
St. John's, O. B. Michael 
Focahon tas—Hunga ri an 
Richmond—St, John's, Franklin at Lom¬ 
bardy St., A. W. Newell 
Roanoke—St. Paul's, Maple Ave. & Jef¬ 
ferson St., S. W., B. E. Lelphart 
Rockland Mills—St. Paul 
Timbervllle—Trinity, O. B. Michael 
nr Timberville—St. Luke's, O. B. Michael 
Toms Brook, St. John, H. A. Behrens 
Weyera Cave—St Andrew 
Winchester—Centenary, Cameron & Cook 
Sts., S. L. Flick inger 
Woodstock—St Paul's 
nr Woodstock—Mt Calvary 

WASHINGTON 

Everett—Zion, 2208 Baker, E, J. Becker 
Quincy—Ebenezer, O, W. Schroedel 
Seattle— 

Broadview, 125th & Phlnney Ave, 

St Paul's. 12th Ave,, N. W. & W, 65th 
St, T. H. Van Dyck 

Tacoma—Emanuel, Ev. Luth., S. 23rd A 
Cushman, E, Tlachhauser 
Toppenish—Zions Ev. Luth., Adams Ave., 
C. Warber 

Walla Walla—Friedens, Srd Ave. S. A 
W. Maple St 

WEST VIRGINIA 
American Ridge—Immanuel 
Evansdale—Morgantown Hungarian, J. 
Melegh 

Gary—Hungarian 
Helvetia—Zion 

Kearaeysville—Grace, D. M* Danner 
Logan—Logan Hungarian, J, Melegh 
Martinaburg—Christ, 115-123 B. Burke 
St, A. M. Gluck 

nr New Martinsville—Immanuel, T. Merten 
Shepherdstown—Christ, Main St, D. M. 

Danner 
Wheeling— 

St John's, Cor, 22nd A Chapline Sts,, 
W. J. Hausmann 

St Paul's, 38 th A Wood Sts„ E. E. Noll 
St- Stephens, 36th A Eoff Sts., S, H. 
Matzke 

WISCONSIN 

Acker ville—SL Paul's, L, C, Boeker 
nr Acker ville—St. John's, t C. Boeker 
Ada—Bethel. C. H, Reppe rt 
Albany—Zwingli, H. EL Norenberg 
Alma—St. Paul's, J. B. Wild 
An tigo—Unity, 613 Deleglise St, E, A 
Mayer 

Appleton—St John, 335 W. College Ave., 
A Guenther 

Arpin—St John'*, G. F, Ronicke 
Athens—Christ H. Heutzenroeder 
Barneveld—Zwingli, W. G, Clausing 
Beech wood—St. John's, M. E. Schroer 
Belleville—First, H. B, Norenberg 
nr Black Creek —St John's, A Grollmu* 


Black River Falls— 

Emanuel, 8th A Van Buren Sta, G. W. 
Hohmann 

_ Winnebago Indian Mission, B. Stuck! 
Bolt on ville—St Johns, M. E, Schroer 
Brill ion—Friedens, E. D. Rod el 
Brookfield Twp,—Trinity, E. R, Wull- 
schleger 

Brown town—Friedens, J. L, Haack 
Butler—Peace, T. P, Frohne 
Byron Twp.—Bethel. K. Koehler 
Calumet Harbor—St Paul's, F.'G. Claus- 
sen 

Camp bells port—Campbellsport, J, Mohr 
Cecil—St, John's 

Chilton—Ebenezer, Washington A Reid 
Sts., O, Egbert 

Cicero Twp.—St. John's, G, A. Schultz 
Cochrane—Hope, J. B. Wild 
Colby—First, R, G. Leonhardt 
Cudahy—Christ 3559 Barnard Ave., P, J. 
Kaiser 

Curtiss—Peace, R. G. Leonhardt 
Dale—Zion, H. Lehman 
Dane—Immanuel, A. W, Geske 
Darlington—Immanuel, Cor. Louisa & Ohio 
_ Sts,, W. F. Slemers 
Dorchester—Peace, Second St., G* E. 
Paulowelt 

Eagle Valley—Immanuel, M. C. Witmer 
Edgar—St. Paul's 

Elkhart Lake—Community, F. A, Olm 
nr Ellsworth—St Paul's, G. A Bartell 
Fall Creek—Peace, Wisconsin St., G. W. 
Hohmann 

Fillmore—St Martin's, W. W. Wernecke 
Fond du Lac—Peace, 168 S. Mllftary Rd„ 
K. Koehler 

Fort Atkinson—Friedens, 108 E. Milwau¬ 
kee Ave., A. C. Onasoh 
Fountain City—St. John/s, M. C. Witmer 
nr Fremont—Hope, H. Lehman 
nr Germantown—St. John's 
Green Bay—First, Pine A Webster, E. J. 
Bums 

Greenwood—Zion, B. M. Fresenborg 
nr Greenwood— 

Immanuel, J. C. Klingeberger 
Salem, B. M. Fresenborg 
Hales Corners—Emanuel's, 10627 W. For¬ 
est Home Ave., L. C. Kutz 
Harrisburg—First, H. L. Kratzat 
Hartford—St. John's, 224 W. State St, H. 
T. Tetzlaff 

Humblrd—St John's, G. W. Hohmann 
Jackson— 

Friedens 

Friedens, C. M. Jankowsky 
St Peter’s, G. M. Jankowsky 
Juneau—SL Stephen's, 181 N. Main St* 
W. H- Oelrich 

Kaukauna—Immanuel, 218 6th St, J, 
Scheib 

Kewaskum—Peace, W. G. Schwemmer 
Kiel—St. Peter, 424 Fremont St., B, L. 
Worthman 

Kohler—Grace, School & Oakley Sts., R, 
D. Kley 

Kohls ville—St John's, C. F. Fhieckinger 
La Crosse—St John's, West Ave. A Mar¬ 
ket St 

nr La Crosse—Trinity, Mormon Coulee Rd. 
Lancaster—Bethlehem, Madison & Oak, J. 
A Gerber 

La Fointe—St John's 
Liberty Ridge—St. Paul's 
Lowell Village—First, L. A Moser 
Madison—Memorial, 1510 Madison St t C. 

M. Zenk 
Manitowoc- 

First. 9th & Hancock Sts„ A. C, Fischer 
St- John's, 15th A Marshall Sts., F. H. 
Blaufuss 

nr Man! to woo—Salem Ebenezer, K. J. 
Stuebbi 

Marinette—Peace, 333 Elizabeth Ave., E, 
J. Elshoff 

Marshfield—St Paul's, 4th A Vine, P, H. 
G. Olm 


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Mason, St. Paul's 

Medford—Community, EL Broadway, G. EL 
Pauloweit 

Menomonee Falls—St. Paul, 205 N. Fond 
du Lac, H. A. Cruslus 
Merrill—St. Stephen’s, Mill & E. 2nd St, 
W. W* Vogelmann 

nr Merrill—St, Paul's, W. W. Vogelmann 
Merton—St John's, Main St, G. F. Frohne 
Milan—St. John's, H, Heutzenroeder 
Milwaukee— 

Bethany, 2878 N, 64th St, A, H. Schulte 
Bethel, 2301-2315 N. 38th St, E. R. 
Vornholt 

Christ, 915 E* Oklahoma Ave., A, G. 
Gonser 

Faith, 2575 N. 5th St, W. A. Koch 
Friedens, N* 13th & W. Juneau Ave., 
W. H* Schlinkmann 
Grace, 343S N, 24 th St, A. Friz 
Grace, 2944 N, Ninth St, J, C* Gieser 
Hungarian, 812 E. Russell Ave., R. de 
Dobay 

Immanuel, 2577 N, 19th St, F. T. Bratzel 
Immanuel, Sherman Blvd, & Wright St, 
F. J. Erdey 

St. Paul's, 2024 S. 24th St, W. G. Hath 
Salem, 2700 W. Brown St, F. A. Lud¬ 
wig 

Tabor, Cor, N, Sth St & W* Keefe Ave., 
R J Kahvltz 

Trinity, 2375 N. Fourth St, F. G. Lud- 

21 onf 1418-24 W. Greenfield Ave., W. A. 
Schultz 

Monroe—St John's, 1724 14th SL, F. C. 
Kehle 

Monti cello—Zwingli* A- B. Achtemeler 
ML Vernon—Zwingli, W. G. Clausing 
Neenah—Immanuels, Oak St & E. Doty 
Ave., O. J, Scheib 

Neillsville—Zion, 5th & Clay Sts., N. J. 
Dechant 

New Glams*—Swiss, W. J. Stuckey 
New Holstein—St. John's, 2242 State St, 
J, R. Seidler 

Oconto—St, Paul's, 523 Superior Avei., V. 

O Grosshuesch 
Oshkosh— 

Emmanuel, 747 S, Park Ave., Edwin 
Becker 

First I!th & Minnesota Sts. 

St Paul's, Parkway & Evans St.. T. 
Irion 

nr Oshkosh— 

New Bethel, E. Becker 
New Elm 

Faoli—Zwingli, H, E. Norenberg 
Pew auk ee Town—Salem, H. G. Settlage 
Plymouth—Salem, Smith St & Forest 
Ave., H. G. Schmid 

Portage—THnty* Cor, Prospect Ave. & W. 

Wisconsin St, G, L. Tritchler 
Porterfield—First, V. O. Grosshuesch 
Port Washington—Friedens, 453 N* Har¬ 
rison, F. L, Rodenbeck 
Potter—Peace, T. Blaufuss 
nr Prairie du Sac— Zion, H, L* Kratzat 
nr Prescott, St John's, W. R. Burger 
Racine—Hungarian, Milwaukee Ave, A 
Albert St, R. de Dobay 
Random Lake—St John's, W. F. Trust 
Reedsville—Fried ens, E. D* Rodel 
Reeseville—First, J. Helnbuch 
Rice Lake—Zwingli, 10S E, Barker St 
Richfield—St. James, C. W. Franz 
Ripon—First, Scott St, E. E, Schfeler 
nr Rockfleld— 

Christ, C, W. Franz 
Zoar, H. Muehlelsen 

Sauk City—First, Madison & Washington, 
W, M. Bixler 

Saukville, St. Peter's, M. 1* Straube 
Schofield—Peace, Grand Ave*, C, H. Nagel 
Shawano—Peace, 500 S. Sawyer St, A- 
W. Klumb 
Sheboygan— 

Ebenezer, N, 16 th St & Heller Ave.. E. 
C. Jaberg 


St John's, Lincoln Ave. & N. 13th St. 
E* R. Krueger 

St Paul's, 2115 Wedemeyer St, C. Q. 
Schroer 

Zion, 6th St & Erie Ave., E. H, Wessler 
nr Sheboygan Falls—Saron, A, G. Schmid 
Silver Creek—St, Paul's, M, E. Schroer 
Slinger—St John's* R. C. Volkert 
South Milwaukee—St Luke's, 9th & Madi¬ 
son, P, J. Kaiser 

Spring Valley—St James, C. G. Schmahl 
Stevens Point—Peace, Dixon St. & Wyatt 
Ave,, M. F. Lehmann 
nr Stratford—Ebenezer, P. H. G, Olm 
Sussex—Zion, E. H. Vornholt 
Tell—St Luke's, J, B. Wild 
Town Centerville—St John's 
Town Herman— 

Tinman u el, C. L. Schmidt 
St. John's* W. G. Schultz 
Town Hoard—Bethany 
Town Lowell—Second, J. Heinbuch 
Town Marion—Immanuel, H* I* Barth 
Town Mosel—- 

St, Mark's, C. G. Schmahl 
St Paul's, W* C. Beckmann 
Town of Erin—St Paul's* G. P. Frohne 
Town of Jordan—Ebenezer, J. L. Haack 
Town of Scott—Paul* G. L. Tritchler 
Town of Wayne—St, Paul, J. L. Haack 
Town Rhine— 

St. Peter's, P. Thomas 
Zoar, O, J, F, Saewert 
Town Russell—St Paul's, K, J, Ernst 
Town Schleswig—Bethlehem, C, H. Hep- 
pert 

Town Sheboygan Falls—Salem, O. A. 
Henke 

Town Washington—Reformation* A. R* 
Achtemeler 

Verona—Salem* W. G. Clausing 
Watertown—First, 600 Cole St, F. W. 

Knatz 
Waubeka— 

Community, W. W. Wernecke 
St. Paul's, M. L, Straube 
Waukesha—First 417 Wisconsin Ave.* R, 
P. Ley 
Wausau— 

Grace* 533 S. 3rd Ave., J* C. Rosenau 
St Paul's, 430 Washington St. W, H. 
Or t we in 

Wauwatosa—St Paul's, 1510 N. 70th St* 
R, M. A. Gadow 

Wayne—Salem, C, F. Flucckinger 
West Bend—Immanuel, 5th A Walnut Sts, 
Wisconsin Rapids—St. John's, 4th & Mar¬ 
ket Sts., G. P. Ron I eke 

WYOMING 

Laramie—St Paul's, 602 Garfield St, E, 
Press 

Llngle—St- Paul's, J, W. Schnackenberg 
Riverton—St. Paul Evan. Luth„ Adam St, 
G. Gaiser 

Wheatland—Bethlehem, Oak & 14th Sts. 
Worland—Zion Evan. Lutheran, 617 Grace 
St., J. Berkenkamp 

CANADA 

Brown Man*—Immanuel* P. Wlegand 
nr Duff, Sask.—Peace, C. Fried 
nr DufReld, Alta.—Mewassln 
Fort Saskatchewan, Alta*—Peace, J. F* 
Krieger 

nr Grenfell, Sack.—St. John's* C. Fried 
Morden, Man.—Zion. P. Wiegand 
Neudorf, Sask,—Zion* C. Fried 
Snyder, Ontario—St, John's* J. S, 
Huebschmann 

nr Stony Plain, Alta,'—-Hope 
Vegreville, Alta.—- 
Salem* Martins 
Zion* Brush Hill 

Winnipeg, Man,—Salem, Cor, Burrows 
Ave* & Andrews St, C. D. Maurer 
Wolseley, Sask*—Bethany, C* Fried 


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New Presidents of Synods 

TTpouR of the tea new presidents whose pictures are here presented were elected 
" for two-year terms at the annual meetings in 194 G. Of the remaining six* 
five were elected to complete the unexpired terms of their predecessors who 
moved beyond the bounds of their Synods, and one was elected to succeed a 
president who was obliged to relinquish his office because of ill health. All of 
these newly elected presidents are outstanding pastors in their respective Syn¬ 
ods* Their complete addresses may be found in the Register of Ministers, and 
the Rosters indicate the extent of their jurisdiction* 

Only ordained ministers are eligible for the office of President* They shall 
have been ministers of the Church for not less than five years* and members of 
their Synod for at least three years* The term of office shall be two years* After 
two full terms of office they shall not be eligible to succeed themselves* The 
duties and prerogatives of a President are outlined in Article I, Section 68 of 
the By-Laws. 



Rev. Alfred F. Scheoeder 
Oakland, Calif* 
CALIFORNIA SYNOD 



Rev* Perry L. Smith 
Lewisburg, Fa. 
CENT. PENN* SYNOD 



Eev, Herman K* Hartmann 
Alpena* S* Dak* 
DAKOTA SYNOD 


Rev, Frank E, Stucki 
Alleman, Iowa 
IOWA SYNOD 



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Rev, Clarence B. Marsxjbxleb 
Lebanon* Pa, 
LANCASTER SYNOD 


Rev. Harbt O. Hein 
New Haven* Mo. 
MISSOURI VALLEY SYNOD 


Rev* Arthur G. Crisp 
Council Bluffs* Iowa 
NEBRASKA SYNOD 


Rev* John H. Bunge 
Plato* Minn. 
NORTHERN SYNOD 



Rev, William H. Ruhl 
Portland* Oregon 
PACIFIC NORTHWEST SYNOD 


Rev. Paul G. Frankenfeld 
Rochester* N, Y. 
WEST NEW YORK SYNOD 


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Rosters of the Synods 

These Rosters are furnished by the Secretary of the Church, Dr* William 
E. Lampe, and have been corrected to September 26, 1946* Except for the 
latest changes, they have been approved by the presidents of the Synods. 
All changes of address or in the records of ministers and congregations must 
be sent to the secretary of the Church (By-Laws, Sec* 87f), 


Designations of Ministers without Charge 


Ch—Chaplains In the Army and Navy 
D“Those In denominational work—offi¬ 
cers, secretaries, editors, presidents and 
professors of educational institutions, 
superintendents of benevolent Institu¬ 
tions, of the Evangelical and Reformed 
Church 


E—Emeriti, retired or disabled 
G—In Christian service, but outside the 
Evangelical and Reformed Church 
I-—Inactive, In secular work 
L—Licentiates 
M—Missionaries abroad 


An asterisk (•) before the name of a minister or a congregation Indicates that that 
minister or that congregation has not yet been received into full membership in our 
Church* 


CALIFORNIA SYNOD 
Officers and Council 
(Terms expire 194S) 

President, Rev* Alfred F* Schroeder, 51-1 
St** Oakland 9* Calif.: Vice-Presi¬ 
dent, Rev* Louie P* Landgrebe* 2736 
Maine Ave., Long Beach 6, Calif.; Secre¬ 
tary, Rev* Edwin H* Horstman* 19 Keller 
St* Petaluma, Calif. ; Treasurer, Mr* 
Julius H, Irion, 1812 Westerly Terrace, 
Los Angeles 26, Calif. ; Lay Member, Mr* 
Arthur D* Mittler, R* 1, Box 397, Lodi, 
Calif* 

No* Location—Name of Church—-Pastor 

Arizona 

1* Casa Grande, Evangelical, Donald 
W* Slckbert 

California 

2. Lodi* Zion, Ruben Huenemann 
3* Long Reach* The Parkway (Zion)* 
L. P, Landgrebe 
Los Angeles: 

4. First, Harold E. Dttzler and Paul 
L. Gerhard, Pd.D. 

5* First Hungarian, Anthony Ssabo 
6* Immanuel* William P, Thiel 

Japanese: Kichisuke Suzuki 
7* Japanese, Los Angeles 

8, Japanese* West Los Angeles 

9- Morningside* Frederick Franken- 
fcld, LED* 

10* St- John, Clyde McNelly 

11* St* Paul, Vacant 

12* Trinity, Henry P* Schroerluke 

13* Zion, Theodore Tillmans 

14. Oakland, SL Mark, Alfred F. 

Schroeder 

15. Pasadena* First* O. F* Gelsler 

16* Petaluma, Grace, Edwin H* Horst- 
tnan 

17. Sacramento, Peace; Supplied 
18* San Bernardino, First, Alois A* Rrisik 
19. San Bruno, St* John, Henry C* 
Warber 

20* San Francisco* Bethel, Jason Hoff¬ 
man 

21. First T* Kaneko, W* Carl Nugent 
22* St JohmVacant 
23* * Shatter* Ehenezer, Robert Klaudt 
24. Woodland, St John, Robert P* Nien- 
kamp 

Ministers without Charge 
Keinhold Blrk (E), Paul Branke (E>* 
F* C* Carpenter, Albert Dettman (E>, 
Wm* Dlebm (II), F* L. Dorn, Fh*D* (E), 
Edw. F. Bvemeyer, D*D. (®), AlWt 


Hady, Oliver J* Harvll, John D» Hunsieker 
<E)* Guy J* Moyer, Oscar Nussmann, 
Carl L* Saenger, Fred Schlinkmann* F* D* 
Schueier (E), E* H, Stommel, M* Stras- 
burg (B), P* Ph, Tester (E)* Wm* Voll- 
brecht (E>, Elmer E, Weller (E). 


CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA SYNOD 
Officers mid Connell 

(Terms expire: President and Vice-Presi¬ 
dent 1948. All other Officers 1947) 
President, Rev* Perry L* Smith, 51 N. 
3rd St* Lewisburg, Pa,; Vice-President 
Rev* Howard F* Boyer, 611 8th St, Al¬ 
toona, Pa.; Secretary, Rev* Herman G. 
Snyder Middleburg, Pa.; Treasurer, Rev. 
Carl W. Isenberg, Aaron sburg, Pa.; Lay 
Member, Mr. Henry C* Heekerman, Bed¬ 
ford, Fa. 

No, Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Pennsylvania 

Aaron^burg: Carl W. Isenberg 
1* St, Andrew* Coburn . 

2. St John, Millheim 

3* St. Paul, Aaronsburg, R, D, 

4. St. Peter, Aaronsbuig 

5* Salem, Spring Mills, R. D* 

6. Alexandria, Christ* Lee O. Worthing 

7. Altoona, Christ, Stuart C* Snodgrass 

8. Grace* Ralph J* Harrity, D*D. 
Salem-St Paul: Vacant 

9. Salem, Altoona 

10* St Paul, Juniata, Altoona 

11* Trinity* Howard F- Boyer 

Beaver Springs: Herbert B. Zechman 
12, Christ Beaver Springs 

13* Grace, Troxelville 

14* ML Bethel* McClure 

15* St John, McClure, R. D* 2 

16. St Paul, Beavertown 

17, Samuel, McClure, R. D* 1 

IS* Bedford, St John* Thomas D* Garner 
19* Belief on te. St* John, C* Nevin Stamm, 
Ph.D* 

Boalsburg: Thomas G* Jones 
20. Bethel, Pine Grove Mills 
21* Nazareth, House rv tile 

22. SL John, Boalsburg 

23. St* Peter, State College, R. D. 

Centre Hall: Lawrence E, Bair* Jr* 

24. Emmanuel, Tusseyville 

25. Grace, Spring Mills 

26. St* John, Farmers" Mills 

27. Trinity, Centre Hall 
Dunning's Creek; J. Earl Dobbs 

28* Pleasant Hill* Bedford, R* 1 

29. St, Luke, Flshertown 

30. St Paul* Bedford, R* 1 


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Everett-Yellow Creek: Vacant 

31. Bethel, Clearville, R, D. 

32. at. Paul, Yellow Creek 

33. Trinity, Everett 
Freeburg: Herman G, Snyder 

34. Niemonds, McAlister ville, R- D. 2 

35. Richfield, Richfield 

36. SL Paul, Selin strove, R. 2 

37. St. Peter, Freeburg 

38. St. Peter. Millerstown, R, 3 
Friends Cove : Bert B. Wynn 

39. Cove. Bedford, R. 4 

40. Trinity, Bedford, R. 4 

41. Zion, Rainsburg 

Gladeland; Clarence E. Whetstone 

42. Grace, Manna Choice 

43. St. John, Schellsberg 

44. SL Mark, New Buena Vista 

45. Trinity, Manns Choice 
Greenfield: Harry C. Carolus 

46. Grace, Claysburg 

47. Greenfield, Claysburg 
Hickory Bottom: Eoui^ M, King 

43. ML Pleasant, Martiiisburg 

49. St, John, Loysburg 

59. SL John, E. Sharpsburg 

Hollidaysburg: Gerald W. Dieter 

51. St, John, Holliday sbmg 

52. Trinity, Williamsburg 
Hublersburg: Warren O, Ziegler 

53. Trinity. Hublersburg 

54. Zion, Zion 

55. Huntingdon, The Abbey, Hobart D, 

McKeehan, D.D, 

Lewisburg: Perry JU Smith 

56. SL John, Lewisburg 

57. SL Paul, Vicksburg 

58. Lewistown, Trinity, Frederick A, 

Rupley, D.D. 

59. Lock Haven, St. Luke, Robert W. 

Olewller 

Mar tins burg: Sterling P, Martz 

60. SL John, Martinsburg 

61. Salem. Martinsburg, R. D, 
McConneJletown: Chas. G, Link 

62. SL Jacob, Piney Ridge 

63. SL Paul, Hesston 

64. Trinity, McConnellstown 
Middleburg: Vacant 

65. First, Middleburg 

66. Salem, S el In Eg rove, R. D. 

67. Zion, Selinsgrove, R. D, 1 
Miiffllnburg: Joseph R* Stood t 

68. Ebenezer, Laurel ton 

69. SL John, MiffUnburg 

70. SL Peter, MiUmont, R. D. 

New Berlin: Russell Mayer 

71. Dreisbach, Lewisburg, R. 1 

72. Emmanuel, New Berlin 

73. Emmanuel, Penns Creek 

74. SL John, Winfield, R, 1 

75. SL Paul, Middleburg, R. 2 
Nittany Valley : John R_ Qu lick 

76. Emmanuel, Howard, R. D. 

77. First, Howard 

78. ML Bethel, Mill Hall, R. D, 

70. Salona, Saiona 

Pavia-Blue Knob: Carl Imhof 

50. <Mt, Hope* Blue Knob 

81, ML Zion, Pavia 
Rebersburg: Donald W. Schlicher 

82, Christ, Madlsonburg 

83, Emmanuel, Green Burr 

84, Grace, Livonia 

86, St. John, Tylersville 

86. St. Peter, Rebersburg 

87. Roaring Spring, Christ: Vacant 
SL Clalrsville: Vacant 

88. SL Mark, Imler, R. D. 

89. St. Paul, Imler 

90. Trinity, Osterburg 

Saxton: Arthur C. Thompson, D.D, 

91. SL John, Hopewell 

92. Trinity, Saxton 

93. Selinsgrove, SL Paul, Oliver W. Naee 


94. State College, Faith, Albert S. Asen- 

dorf 

White Deer; Thomas B. Musser 
96, Mazeppa, Lewisburg, R, D, 2 

96, SL Paul, West Milton 

97, SL Peter, Lewisburg. R, D. 3 

95, Williamsport, Immanuel Ev. Luth„ 

H, M, Strub 

99. St. John, Hoyt L- Whitebread 

Woodcock Valley: Charles A. Huy- 
ette 

100, St. Matthew, Entriken 

101, St, Paul, Russellville 

102, Zion, Marklesburg 


Ministers without Charge 

H, A. Croyle (1), Ray H. Dotterer, 
Ph.D. (I), lister A, Bhret (Ch), D. J, 
Ely <E), Warren C. Hess (I), Harry D, 
Houtz, Ph.D. (1), Wm, H, Loose (E). 
Wm. H, Miller (E). W, C, Rittenhouse 
(E). James M, Runkle, D.D., Ph.D, 

J, Edwin Scbeets, Oliver H. Sen sen ig 
Howard L. Wink (I), 


ill: 


DAKOTA SYNOD 
Officers and Connell 

(Terms expire 1948) 

President, Rev. Herman K. Hartmann, 
Alpena, S, Dak,; Vice-President, Rev, W- 
E. Oden bach, Tripp, S, Dak.; Secretary, 
Rev. Erich Kaempchen, Menno, S. Dak,: 
Treasurer, Rev, J. W. Grether, Delmoni. 
S. Dak,; Lay Member, Mr. Henry 
Schempp, Marion, S, Dak. 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Canada 

1, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, Peace, 

J, F, Krieger 

Stony Plain, Alberta, Arm in H, 
Roemer, Supply 

2, Hope, Stony Plain 

3, Mewassin, Duffleld 
Vegrevllle, Alberta, Henry B- 

Roemer, Supply 

4, Salem. Martins 

5, Zion, Brush Hill 

Thornhill, Manitoba, Paul W legend 

6, Immanuel, Brown 
7* Zion, Morden 

S, Salem, Winnipeg, C, D. Maurer 
Grenfell, Saskatchewan, Carl Fried 
9, Peace, Duff 

10, SL John, Grenfell 

11, Zion, Neudorf 

12 Bethany, Wolseley 

North Dakota 

Ashley: Supplied 

13, Ashley, Ashley 

14, Danzig, Danzig 

15, Hoilmmgatal, Venturla 

16, Oranien, Leola (S. Dak.) 

17, Sarons, Longlake <S, Dak.) 

18, Fullerton, Immanuel: Vacant 

19, Kulm, Kulm: Vacant 

20, Lincoln Valley, Kassel, Denboff, Va¬ 

cant 

Medina: H. F, W, Jesdlnsky 

21, Rohrbacb, Medina 

22, Zoar, Medina 
Streeter: Vacant 

23, Ebenfeld, Streeter 

24, Fried ens, Medina 

25, Hoff nun gs, Streeter 

26, Zion, Streeter 

27, Upham, Peace, Supplied 
Zeeland: John Bodenman 

29, Kassel, Venturla 

30, New Kassel, Zeeland 

31, SL John, Zeeland 

31. Rohrbacb, Greenway (S. Dale.) 
Supplied 


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34. 

35. 

36. 

37. 
33. 

39. 

40. 

41. 

42. 

43. 

44. 

45. 

46. 

47. 

48. 

49. 

50. 
51 


62. 

53. 

64. 

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56. 

57. 
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63. 
60. 

61. 

62. 

63. 

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Sou til Dakota 

Alpena l Herman K. Hartmann 
Ebenezer. Alpena 
Hope, Reliance 
Hope, Wesslngton Springs 
Salem, Virgil 

Delmontr Jacob W. Grether 
Bethany, Delmont 
Bethel, Tripp 
New Salem, Delmont 
Eureka: Supplied 

Gluckstal, Eureka, Rural 
Petersburg, Eureka 
Herrick; Jacob W. Grether 
Zion, Herrick 
Hosmer: W. Grossmann 
Calvin, Eureka Rural 
Ho^mer Hosmer 
Neudorf, Hosmer Rural 
Isabel: Supplied 
Hope, Isabel 
Salem. Trail City 
Kassel: Supplied 
Zion, Merino 
Johan nfsthal, Freeman 
Bethlehem, Freeman 
Marion, Bethel, Herman A. Hart¬ 
mann 

Menno; Erich Kaempchen 
Ebenezer, Menno 
Salem, Menno 
Saron, Menno 
Miller, Hope (Highmore), 

G. J. Zenk, Supply 
Odessa: Supplied 
Artas, Areas 
Friedens, Artas 
Herreid, Herreid 
Java* Java 
Missouri. Herreid 
Scotland: Vacant 
Bethany, Scotland 
Freeman, Freeman, Ulrich Zogg. 
Supply 

Hope, Emery, Ulrich Zogg, Supply 
Zion, Tripp 

Tripp: w. E. Odenbach 
Immanuel, Tripp 
Friedens, Tripp 


Min later a without Charge 

D. E. Bosma, W, Grossmann* Wm, E* 
Korn, F. E. Winger (E>, G. J. Zenk (E), 
Ulrich Zogg. 


EAST PENNSYLVANIA SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1343) 

President Rev. Frank H* Blatt, 18 K. 
8th St, Stroudsburg, Pa.; Vice-President, 
Rev. Walter H. Diehl, 152 S. Broad St., 
Nazareth, Pa.; Secretary, Rev. Theodore 
C. Brown, 930 Itasca St., Bethlehem, Pa.: 
Treasurer, Rev. Joseph S. Peters. D.D., 
Box 1254, Moravian Station, Bethlehem 
Pa,; Lay Member, Mr. Harvey Mitman. 
1434 BusbkiU SL, Easton, Pa. 

No, Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Pennsylvania 

1. Bangor, St. John, Fenton I. Laueks 

2. Bath, Christ, Reginald H. Helfferieh 

3. Belfast* Evangelical Reformed, Wm. 

H* Brong 

4. Bethlehem, Bethany, C- Eugene Blum 

5. Calvary, Joseph S. Peters, D.D. 

6. Christ, A. Augustus Welsh 
7* First, Harry J. Colver 

8. St. Paul, Chester L. Brachman 

9, Big Creek, St. Paul (Union) : Vacant 
Brod heads vil le-Hamilton: Ad an A. 

Buhner 

10. Brodheadsvtlle, Brodheadsvilla 

11. Hamilton, Sclota 

12. ML Eaton, 

It St Matthei 


Sayloreburg 
U KunkJetown 


14. CatasauQua, Salem. Willard A. Kratz 

15. Cherry Valley* Keller's. Frank H. 

Blatt, Supply 

Cooper b u rg-F t ■ leden s : George C, 
Bmgaman 

16. Friedens, Bethlehem, R, 3 

17* SL John, Coopers burg 

18. SL Paul (Blue), Coopersburg, R. 2 
Dryland: C. Frederick Billmyer 

19. Dryland, Heck town 

20. Zion, Bethlehem 
Durham: Wm, F, Wiley 

21. Durham, Durham 

22. St. John, Easton, R. 4 

23. East Mauch Chunk, First, Nevin E. 

Shellenberger 

24. Eaaton, First. George A. Greitz 

25. Grace, L. V, Hetrick, D.D. 

26. Memorial, S. B. Leiby 

27. St* Mark, Frank W. Teske 

28. Sl Peter, Frederick W. Shafer 
Farmersville: H. J, Ehret, D.D. 

23. Arndts, Forks Twp. 

30. St John, Farmersville 

31. SL Thomas, Bethlehem, B. 1 
Forks; Floyd R. Shafer 

32. St, Peter* Tatamy 

33. Salem, Stocker town 
Fountain HiU: T. C. Brown 

34. Grace, Bethlehem 

35. Jerusalem, Salisbury Twp, 

36. New Jerusalem, Bethlehem, R. 4 

37. Hellertown, Christ A. E. Schellhase, 

D.D. 

Howertown: George J, Laubach 

38. Christ, Shoenersville 

39. SL John, Howertown 

40. SL Peter, SeemsvllJe 
Kreldersville: G, E. Kopenhaver 

41. Christ, Walnutport 

42. SL Paul* CherryviLte 

43. Zion, Kreidei'sviJle 

Lower Saucon: John C. Shetler 

44. Christ Lower Saucon 

45. SL Luke*s (Old Williams), 

Williams Twp, 

46. Trinity, Frecmansburg 
Moore Twp.: H. D, Clauss, D.D, 

47. Christ, Danielsville. R, 1 

48. Emmanuel, Bath, R. 2 

49. Jehovah, Nazareth* R. 2 

50. Salem, Bath, R. 1 

ML Bethel; J. Q, Reagle* D.D, 

51. Bethany, Slier 

52. Christ, Stone Church 

53. Ml Zion, Martins Creek 

54. SL Mark, Fllcksvllle 

55. Nazareth, St. John's, Walter H, DlehJ 

56. Northampton, Grace, Paul L, Rahn 

57. SL Paul’s, Sidney S. Smith 

58- Palmer ton. First William T* Longs- 
dorf 

Plainfield: A, S. Leiby 

59. Faith, Pen Argyl 

60. St* Peter, Plainfield Twp. 

61. Trinity, Wind Gap 

Pleasant Valley: Ray H* K1 ingam an 

62. Jerusalem, TrachaviHe 

63. SL John, Effort 

64* Salem, Gilbert 

65. Rlegelsville, SL John, Samuel J, Kirk 
66- Stroudsburg, Zion, Frank H, Blatt 
Tanneravllle: J. M. Shellenberger 

67. Grace, Tannersville 

68. St. Mark, Appenzel! 

69. SL Paul, Swiftwater 

70. Salem, Pocono Lake 
Towamensing: R, Edwin Kutz 

71. Emmanuel, Bowmanstown 

72. SL John, Falmerton 

73* SL Peter, Ferryvtlle 

74, Weissport, Jacob: Vacant 

New Jersey 

76, Oxford, St John, Floyd R, Shafer, 

Supply 


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Ministers without Charge 

a F* Althouae (E), John P, Dleffen- 
derfer (Eh Theo. C. Hensch m (I), Nevln 
M. Kirk, George S. Noss (M)* Glenn 
Weaver (1). 

/* 

IOWA SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1947) 

President, Rev. Frank B, Stuck! * Alie* 
man, Iowa ; Vice-President, Rev* F* J. 
Mittler, Clarence, Iowa; Secretary, Rev* 
Joseph M. Newgard, Wilton Junction, 
Iowa; Treasurer, Mr W* H* Witte, Low- 
den, Iowa; Lay Member* Mr. W. Hof- 
meister, Ackley, Iowa. 

No, Location—Name of Church—Pastor 


Illinois 

1* Fowler, St, Paul, Paul O* Jordan 

2. Quincy, Trinity, Walter M* 

Grabowski 

3, Salem, Reinhard M, Schroedel 
4* Rock Island, Peace, Fred J, Rolf 

5,.Sutter* Bethlehem, Frederick J, Nisi 
6. Tioga, Bethany, Paul E, Irion 
7* Ursa, Zion, Paul C. Jordan 
* 

Iowa 


9, 

10 * 

11 . 

12 . 

15, 
14. 

IB. 

16, 
17* 
IS* 
19* 

20 . 

21 . 

22 . 

23, 

24, 


25. 

26. 
27* 
28, 
29* 
30. 
31* 

32. 

‘33- 

34. 

35* 

36. 

37. 

38. 

39. 

40. 

41. 

42. 

43. 

44. 

45. 

46 . 


Ackley, St John, Frank C* Kroll 
Alden-Buckeye: Roy J, EiJers 
Immanuel, Alden 
Peace, Buckeye 

Alleman, Salem, Frank E. Stucki 
Baxter, Bethany, A* H. Tendlck 
Bennett, Peace, Wayne W, Wetz 
Benton Twp., Zion, Latty, A. F. 
Schemmer, Supply- 

Big Rock, Immanuel, C, H. Koehler, 
Supply 

Burlington, First, R. G. Beck 
St Luke, Alfred F* Schemmer 
Zion. Vacant 

Cedar Falls, St, Paul, Mt Vernon 
Twp., Vacant 

Cedar Rapids, Czech, Milo Flllpi, 
Ph.D., S.T.D* 

First* Frederick H, Haas: 

Clarence, St John, F. J- Mittler 
Clarksville, Immanuel, Harold A* 
Schulz 

Clarksville, R. D, 2, First Pleasant 
Valley, Vacant 

Conesvi 1 le-Columbus Junction: 
Vacant 

Grace, Conesvllle 
Trinity, Columbus Junction 
Denver, St* Paul, F. W. Schnatborst 
Do nn el Ison, St Paul. E. K* Schneider 
Dysart, Peace, Fr idol In Tschudy 
Elkader, Peace, Paul Kitterer 
Fort Madison, St John, J, C, Bier- 
baum 

Fredericksburg* Peace, Paul W, 
Weltge 

Garber, St. John. S. 35* BIrkner 
Garner: Supplied 
Peace, Ell Town 
Zion, Garner 

Geneva, St, Peter, W, J, Becker 
Genoa Bluff : Emmanuel Jasmann 
St, Paul, Marengo, R* D, 1 
Zion, Williamsburg, R. D. 4 
Giadbrook, Peace, Herbert W. Barten 
Hampton: Herbert H* Wfntermeyer 
Immanuel. Hampton, R. D* 2 
St John, Alexander 
Hubbard, Zion* Arthur I. Kruetz- 
mann 

Keokuk, St Paul* Adolph H, Biaping 
Klemme* Immanuel* Calvin Grosa- 
huesch 

Lincoln, Bethlehem, Ernest R, Klaudt 
Llscomb, Grace* Adolph Matzner* 
Supply 


47, Lone Tree* Evangelical and Re¬ 

formed: Vacant 

48, Low den, Zion, Norman S. Roberta 

49, Manly. St Paul; Vacant 

50, Maquoketa* First: Vacant 

51, Marshalltown, Peace* Otto E. Bau¬ 

mann 

52, Melbourne* St John* Ruben G, Gross- 

huesch 

53, Monticello, Evangelical and Re¬ 

formed* Andrew Mast 
64, Muscatine, Evangelical and Re¬ 
formed* Donald F* Koetllng 

55. Nashua, R. D. 2* St John, Fremont 

Two,, Paul F, Vonder Ghe 

56. New Alb in, St John, Union City 

Twp.* Emil Roth 

New ton-Ha verb i 11: Emil Burrlchter 
57- St. John, Haverhill 

58, St John, Newton 

69, Newton, R. D* 1, Zoar* F. W, MaUn 

60, Oskaloosa, First* F. A, Meusch 
Primrose-Franklin: August E. 

Bergey 

61, St. Peter* FrankUn 

62, Zion, Primrose 

63* Sigourney, St Paul: Vacant 

64, Sumner* R. D, 2, St Paul* J. Flott- 

mann 

65, Tipton, St John, Orville H. Schroer 

66, Tripoli, St, Peter, Robert T* Fauth 
Washington-Valley: Milo J, Fhitlipl 

67* SL Paul, Valley 

68. St* Paul* Washington 

69. Waukon, Salem. Edmond M. DeBuhr 

70. Sion, Edmond L* Hennig 

71. Waverly, Peace, Roy R. WInkelmann 

72. Waverly, R. 3* St. John* Douglas 

Twp,, W. G. Mauch 

73. Wellsburg, R, D* 1, St Peter* Ger¬ 

man Twp** Craig Reed, Supply 

74. West Burlington* St, Paul’s, Theo* C. 

P* Baur 

75. St John, Flint River Twp.* J* H, 

Buescher, Supply 

76. Wheatland, St Paul, Clarence H. 

Koehler 

Wilton: Jos. M* Newgard 

77. Grace, Wilton Junction 

78. Trinity, Moscow 

79* Zwingli. Harmony, Andrew Holm- 
bold* Supply 


Hlwmttrft 

Kahoka-Wincheater: Carl F, Kroen- 
lein 

80. St Paul, Kahoka 

81. *ZIon* near Winchester 

Ministers without Charge 

Marcus L. Bach (I), John H, Bu cache r 
( E), Henry Duhan (Ch > * Samuel T, 
Elliker (E>* Wendell Hansen, Jacob 
Maurer (II, Armin F, Meyer (M>* A* W. 
Satory (E)* John Schlamp* Theo. J. 
Storck (E), E. A* Voss (I), Fred J, W. 
Weltge (Ch). Wayne W. Witte, W. B* 
Wittenberg (E). 

KANSAS CITY SYNOD 
Officers and Connell 

(Terms expire 1947) 

President, Rev, Theodore Hauck, 1500 
Walnut St, HigginsviUe* Mo.: Vice-Presi¬ 
dent, Rev, Walter Baumgartner, Cosby. 
Mo.; Secretary, Rev. Paul P. Press, Jr,* 
156 N. Madison Ave„ Wichita 7* Kans*; 
Treasurer* Mr. J, W. Dueker, 600 Bierks 
Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.: Lay Member, 
Mr, Carl F. Bosch, 1708 N* McCarthy 9t.. 
Jefferson City, Mo* 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Kansas 

1, Abilene, Grace* C, B, Bryant D*D. 

2, All da. St. John, Wm. H. Sabbert 

3, Alma, Peace* A, G* Engelmann 


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4. Baldwin City, St John, H. M. 

Awiszua 

5. Belvue, Immanuel, Vacant 

6, Bern, Friedens* Homer C. Marlatt. 

Supply 

7, Bluff City, St Paul, A, F. Werner 

8. Cheney, Trinity, Lester W. H. Breach 

9, Colby, St. John, M. F. Lichte 

10. Ell inwood, Immanuel, R. F. Richter 
11* Elmo* New Basel, John L Niensted 

12, Eudora* St- Paul, Karl F, Baur 

13, Fairview, First, Carl Ringer 

14, Hardtner, St John, A. F, Werner 

15, Herndon, Immanuel, M. F, Lichte 

16, Hiawatha, Bethany, Vacant 
Hoisington: Vacant 

17, Ebenezer* Hoteington 

IS. Schoenfeld, Wheatland Twp. 

19. Holyrood, St, Paul, E, Pfundt 

20. Hudson, Peace, Roy A, Anderson 

21. Trinity, Paul W, Kasper 

22. Inman, St Peter, William Jassmann 

23. Junction City, Zion, Win. H. Sabbert 

24. Kansas City, Zion, Harold H. Becker 

25. Lawrence, St. Paul, Karl F. Baur 

26. Leavenworth, Salem, Howard H. 

Pcetter 

27. Marysville, Evangelical, Edward J, 

Bowers 

28. Newton* Immanuel, D. Buchmueller 

29. Trinity, William K, Schulz 

30. Nickerson, Midland. Gregor W. Kutz 

31. Paola. Zion: Vacant 

32. Vesper, Immanuel, E. Pfundt 

33. Wathena, Zion, Carl H. Schmidt 

34. Wichita, First. John W. Keener 
36. Salem, Paul Press, Jr. 


Missouri 

36, Amazonia. St John, Geo, R, Ulrich, 

Supply 

Arrow Rock-TJttle Rock: Vacant 

37. Salem, Little Rock 
33. Zion, Arrow Rock 

Billingsville: Henry G. RIeder 

39. St. John, Billingsvllle 

40. Zion, West Bo on v ill e 

41. Blackburn, St Paul, Aug. L, 

Brueggemann 

42. Boonville, Evangelical. E. F. Abele 

43. California, Evangelical, Paul E. 

Schoppe 

44. Salem, Paul E, Schoppe, Supply 

46. *CoIumbia, Student Chapel, C. F- 

Stoerker 

46. Concordia, Bethel, Martin E. Ernst 

47. Cosby. Hope, Walter Baumgartner 
Deepwater-Rockville: Dr, John C. 

Horning, Supply 

48. Community* Rockville. R. D, 1 

49. Hebron. Deepwater, R, D. 2 

50. Emma. St John, Martin E, Ernst 
Florence-Lamb: Vacant 

51. Immanual. Mora 

52. St, John. Florence 

53. Grand Pass* St, Luke, W. W, 

Kramme 

54. Hartsburg. Peace, C. L. Hille 

55. Htgginsville, Salem* Theodore Hauck 

56. Independence, St Luke, J. Sherrill 

Gohde 

57. Jamestown. R. D. 1* Advent Austin 

F. Schulz 

Jamestown* Pleasant Grove: Paul P. 
Krause 

58* St Paul, Jamestown 

59. St. Peter, Pleasant Grove 
Jefferson City-Brazito: Henry J. 

Damm 

60. Central. Jefferson City 

61. Friedens, Brazito 

62. Kansas City* St. Paul* Robert Blzer, 

Supply 

63. St, Paul Reformed, Gustav E. 

Teske 

64. St, Peter* Robt. C. Klenle 


65 . 


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67 . 

68 . 
69 . 


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71* 


72, 

73 , 

74, 

75, 


76. 


77 . 


78 , 

79 , 

80 , 
SI. 
82 . 


Levasy, Ebenezer, Ewald F. Fuhl- 
mann 

Lexington, Trinity* D. C, Jensen, D-D. 
Mayview. Zion, H. J* Schoettle 
Napoleon, St. Paul, Ernst Gander 
New Franklin, Immanuel* N. C. 
Schultz 

Parkv111e. R. D. 2. St. Matthew: 
Vacant 

Pilot Grove* St. Paul, Edwin Win- 
necks 

St Joseph, First, John B, Bloom 
Trinity: Vacant 
Zion* Frederick Stoerker 
Sedaiia, Immanuel, Wm, C, Bessmer, 

Jr, 

Wellington* St Luke, E. H. Beissen- 
herz 

Oklahoma 

Kingfisher, Evangelical and Re¬ 
formed* EL F, Nolte 
Loyal, Peace* Hans G, Mueller 
Marshall. St. Paul. George Schler 
Qkeene* St John, Paul W. Brink 
Oklahoma City, Zion : Vacant 
Tangier, Gnadenfeld. Paul W. Brink, 
Supply 


Minister!! without Charge 
J. Abele (E). H. Becker TEL Chr. Ben- 
digkeit (E), G. M. Betz (EL K. Brunn 
IE), J. End ter (E), A* C. fernst (E), 
Lawrence S, Faust (E>* Bruce Griffith 
(E), E. U. Hafeimann (E). J. Hauck 
(E), Theo. H, Hoofer (E>* J. CL Horning, 
D.D. (EL Conrad Iffert (E), Karl G. 
Kissllng (E), Nathaniel D, Lehmann (EL 
Geo. Orlowsky <G>* Carl J, Raase (EL 
Jut. Reichert (EL Maurice ReJdezel (ML 
Theo, C. Seybold, D.D. (M), Frank A. 
Shulta, D.D, (GL Carl A. Stadler (E), 
Geo. R, Ulrich {EL Adolph Walton (E). 
Licentiate; Alfred V. Kmz. 


LANCASTER SYNOD 
Ohirers mid Council 
(Terms expire 1947) 

President, Rev. Clarence B. Marsteller, 
931 Willow St„ Lebanon, Pa.; Vice-PresL 
dent. Rev, A, M. Billman, D.D.* 1843 
Market St.. Harrisburg, Pa.; Secretary, 
Rev. W, Miller Price* 474 E. Main St* 
Annvilie, Pa,; Treasurer* Rev. John C. 
Raezer, 707 N. Lime St, Lancaster. Pa,; 
Lay Member, Mr. C, W, Hess, Akron, Pa. 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Pennsylvania 

1. Annvilie, Christ, W, Miller Price 
Armstrong Valley: George W. Moyer 

2. St, Jacob, Millers 

3. St* James, Carsonville 

4. St* Paul* Enterline 

5. St. Peter, Fetterhof 

6. Trinity. Halifax 

Avon and Quentin: G. A, Frederick 
Griesing 

7. Grace, Avon 

8. St. Paul, Quentin 

9. Templeman, Rexmont 
Bethel: C. M, RissInger 

10. St John, Fredericksburg 

11. St. Paul. Fredericksburg* R. 1 

12. Salem, Bethel 

13. Zion, Lebanon. R. 2 

14. Campbelltown, Salem, G. Howard 

Ko ons 

15. Cleona Hill, Vacant 

Colonial Park: Ellas H. Phillips 

16. Colonial Park, Colonial Park 

17. Schell, Grantviile, R 1 
IS. Wcnrich, LInglestown 

19. Columbia, Salem, Francis R. 

Daugherty 

20. Trinity* R. Wendell Synder 


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22 * 

23, 

24, 

25* 

26. 

27. 

28* 

29* 

30. 

31* 

32, 


33* 

34. 

35* 

36. 

37 * 

38* 

30, 

40. 

41 . 

42. 
43* 

44. 

45* 

46. 

47. 

48 * 

40. 

50. 

51. 

52. 
53* 
54* 

55. 

56. 

57* 

58* 

50. 

60* 

61* 


62* 

63* 

64. 


65 . 

66 , 
67* 

6S. 

60. 

70 . 

71. 

72. 

73. 

74. 

75. 

76* 


77. 

78. 

79. 

80. 
81. 
82. 

83* 


Conestoga,, Conestoga: Vacant 
Deep Creek: Paul C. Scheirer* Supply 
St, Matthew (Coleman's), Spring 
Glen 

Zion (Klinger's), Erdman 
E, Petersburg, Trinity, Robert O* 
Nagle 

Eden, Grace, L* M* Becker 
Elisabethtown, Christ: Vacant 
Ephrata, Bethany, Paul B. Snead 
Harrisburg, Fourth, A, M. Biliman, 
D-D* 

St* John, Truman A* Crist 
Salem: Vacant 
Second, Henry S. Raab 
Hummelstown, Hummelstown, Alton 
W. Barley 

Kimmerlings: Vacant 
Grace, Richland 
St* Jacob, Kimmerlings 
St* Paul Union, Hamlin 
Lancaster. Faith* H. F. Hafer 

First, William H* Bollman, D.D, 
ana Matthew H* Tines 
St* Andrew, John C. Raezer 
St, John, C* J* Noss 
St, Luke, Robert W* Roscby 
St* Paul, T. A* Alspaoh* D.D. 

St Peter, James E. Wagner. D.D. 
Leacock, Salem* Heller, Fred D* 
Fentz 

Lebanon, First* Malcolm E. Barr 
St. John, C* B* Mars teller 
St Mark, Henry J. Herber, D.D, 
St- Stephen, Pierce E, Swope. D.D. 
Lincoln: David J* W. Noll 
First, Ephrata 
St. Paul, Ad&mstown 
Zion, Lincoln 

Lykens, Christ, Paul C* Scheirer 
Lykens Valley: A. Levan Zechman 
St. Peter, Lykens, R. D, 


Salem, Berrysburg 
Salem. EJizabethvdle 


Simeon, Gratz 
Manheim, St Paul, Harvey M, Leidy 
May town "Marietta : Supplied 

Maytown, Maytown* Victor W. Dip- 
pell, Ph.D*, Supply 
Zion, Marietta, Robert J. Filgram, 
D.D*, Supply 

Millersburg* Trinity* George P. Stoudt 
Millersville, Zion: Vacant 
Mduntville, Trinity, Eugene E, Kalk- 
brenner 

Muddy Creek: Elmer G. Link 
Muddy Creek* Swartzville 
Swamp, Bla In sport 
Myers town, Myerstown, David Lock- 
art 

New Holland: C* G. Bachman. D.D. 
St. Stephen, New Holland 
Zeltenrelch, New Holland, R. D* 
New Providence, Zion, Wallace A. 
Baum 

Palmyra, Trinity, Elmer G. Leinbach 
Penbrook, St* Andrew, Wm, J. Ross* 
Fh*D,. Supply 

Quarryvillc, St Paul: Vacant 
Reamstown: W in field S. Brendle 
Center, East Earl, R. D. 

St* John, Denver 
St Paul, Bowmansville 
Salem, Reams town 
Richland. R. D, 1, Tulpehocken 
Trinity, Irvin L. RudtsJlt 
Rohrerstowm, Salem, George R. John¬ 
son 

St David, Elden E* Ehi hart 
David, MUtersburg, R. D* 1 
Zion, Mlllersburg, R. D, 1 
SchaefiEerstown; A. H. Bachman 
Elias, Newmans town 
St Paul, Mill bach 
St Paul, Schaeffers town 
Steel ton* First, Charles L. Nose 
Swatara: John F. Smeltzer 
St John, Jonestown 


84, Salem (Walmer), Union Twp. 

85* Zion, E. Hanover Twp, 

86* Union Deposit, Union Deposit, K* O. 
Spcssard, Ph.D., Supply 
Warwick: Vacant 
87* Jerusalem, Penryn 
8S* St Luke, Lititz 
89* Zion* Brickervllle 
90* Willow Street Willow Street, Nor¬ 
man W. Shollenberger 


Mlnistera without Charge 

J* Donald Baekenstose (Oh) B. F* 
Bausmsm (E), D. D* Brendle (E), Ed¬ 
ward S. Bremer, D.D* (E), Frank S. 
Bromer CE), Daniel K. Daub (B), I. H- 
DeLong, Ph.D., D-D, (E), Victor W* DIp- 
pell, Ph.D* (E), James H* Dorman (I). 
David Dunn, D.D. (D), Donald M. C, 
Englert <D), J. Lewis FJuck, D*D* (E>, 
Oawin S. Frantz, D.D* (D). Paul R. 
Gregory (M), Chas. R. Hartman (E) * 
Charles E. Heffleger (E)* Theo. F* Her¬ 
man, D*D*, LLD, (D), Hiram J. Hiile- 
gass (E)* S. Charles Hoover (E), H* M. 
J. Klein, Ph.D. <E>* W. A. Korn. Ph.D. 
(E), Elijah E. Krusge. Ph.D* (E). Edw. 
S* LaMar (E), Homer S. May. D.D, (El, 
Robert V* Moss (D). John R* Noss, Ph.D. 
CD), R. J* Filgram, D.D* (E), George B* 
Raezer (E), A Fred Rents: (I), George 
W. Richards, D.D,, LLD, <E), Alfred N. 
Sayres, D.D. (D), R* C. Scheldt Ph.D*. 
Sc.D* (E)* H. S* Shelley (E), k. Otis 
Spessard* Ph* D. (E), Chas. D. Spotts 
(D), Geo. A Stauffer (E), Clyde F. 
Straub (Ch), William Toth, Ph.D* (D>* 
Calvin P. Wehr, D.D. (E). Licentiates: 
E* M. Hartman, Pd.D, (D). David S. 
Noss. 


LEHIGH SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Turms expire 1947) 

President, Rev. Milton F. Klingaman* 
613 N* 5tli St* Allentown, Pa.; Vice- 
President* Rev. Edgar W* Kohler, Summit 
Hill, Pa.: Secretary, Rev. Arthur Fretz, 
17 N. Second St, Allentown, Pa.; Treas¬ 
urer, Mr. Raymond L* Rohrbach* Top ton. 
Pa-; Lay Member, Mr* George M. Hoff¬ 
man* 1345 Turner St, Allentown, Pa*; 
Secretary Emeritus, Rev. Clement D* 
Kvessley, 1330 S. Albert St., Allentown. 
Pa, 


No, Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Pennsylvania 

1, Allentown, Christ, Arthur Fretz 

2, Dubbs Memorial, M. F. Klingaman 
3* Emmaftuel, Willis D, Mathias, 

Ph.D. 

4. Grace, C. Harry Kehm 

5. St Andrew, Henry I. Aulenb&ch 

6. St. James, Francis F. Renoll 
7* St John, A. O. Reiter, D.D* 

8. St. Mark, Clement D. Kressley 

9. St. Paul* E- Elmer Sensenig 

10. St. Peter, Robert A* DUliard 

11. Salem* William F* Kosman* D*D. 

and Richard H. Winters 

12. Trinity, Clarence H. Moatz 

13. Zion* Simon Sipple, D.D. 

14. Allentown, R. 2* Jerusalem, W. Salis¬ 

bury, D, E. Schaeffer 
Coplay: R* J. Keen 

15. St John, Mickleys 

16. Trinity* Coplay 

17* East Greenville. New Goshenhoppen, 
Calvin M* DeLong, D.D. 

Egypt: Thos. R. Brendle 
18* Egypt. Egypt 

19. St- John* Laury's 

20. St* Paul, Clementon 

£1* Emmaus, St John, Royce E. 
Schaeffer 


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Frledens: Robert J. Urffer 
Friedens, Frledens 
Trinity, Slatedale 
Union, Neffs 

Fullerton - Greens, wa) da : Alfred S. 
Mem 

Christ* Greenawalds 
St* John, Fullerton 
GrimsviUe: A, I* Brumbach 
Frledens. Wesnerville 
New Bethel Zion, Grhnsvllle 
New Jerusalem (DunkeFa), Kutz- 
town, R. 2 

New Jerusalem (Red), Kemp ton 
Heidelberg: T H. Bachman 
Dinkey Memorial, Ashfleld 
Ebenezer* New Tripoli 
Heidelberg, SaegersvlUe 
Jacksonville: Clarence R. Rahn 
Jacob, Jacksonville 
Lowhill, New Tripoli, R. D. 
Lynnville (St- Peter), New Tripoli. 
R. D. 

New Bethel, Kempton 
Jordan: LeRoy M. Kutz, Jr. 

Cedar (Union), Cetronla. 

Jordan, Walberts 

Morgantand (Union), Leather Cor¬ 
ner Post 

Kutztown-Blandon: D, Horton Nace 
Maidencreek, Bland on 
St. John, Kutztown 
Kutztown, St Paul, Paul B. Schmoyer 
Lchigh-Zion: William O. Wolford 
Lehigh-Zion, Alburtis, R- D* l 
St. John, Fogelsville 
St Paul, New Tripoli, R- 2 
Welsenberg, New Tripoli, R. 2 
Lehighton, Zion, Carl S. Lelnbach 
Lenhartsvllle: Harper L. Schneck 
Frledens* Lenhartsville 
St Paul (Smoke), Hamburg, R. S 
Zion, Hamburg, R. 2 
Limerick, St* James: Vacant 
Mahoning: W. W. Moyer 
Ben Salem. Andreas, R, 1 
Christ Fackerton 
St John, New Mahoning 
St Peter, Mantzviile 
Zion, Snyders 
Mainland, Christ: Vacant 
Maxatawny: Franklin D. SUfer 
Chris t-DeLong, Bowers 
St Peter, Top ton 
Zion, Maxatawny 

Old Goshenhoppen : Charles H- Brown 
Frledens, Sumneytown 
Keelors, Obelisk 
Old Goshenhoppen, Woxall 
Pennsburg: Wilmer C, Mantz 
Christ, Niantlc 
Fennsburg, Fennsbu rg 
Sassaman's, Sassamansville 
Schwenkville, Heidelberg, Darwin X. 
Gaea 

Slatington, St John, Maxwell Paine 
Spinnerstown: Wm. J, Rupp 
Chestnut Hill, Coopersburg, R. 2 
Great Swamp (Trinity), Spinners¬ 
town 

Summit Hill, St Paul, Edgar W. 
Kohler 

Trexlertown-Macungle: Ralph D. 
Althouse 

St Paul, Mertztown 
St. Paul Trexlertown 
Solomon* Macungie 
Wentz: Geo. W. Hartman 
Grace, West Point 
Wentz, Worcester 
Zlegel: John L. Herbs ter 

Longswamp, Mertztown, R* 1 
St John (Hill), Boyertown. R. 1 
Ziegel, BrelnigsvIHe, R. 1 
ZionvTlle: James N. Rlatt 
Huff, Hereford Twp* 

St Peter, Upper Milford Two, 
Zlonsville, Old Zlonsvlll^ 


Ministers without Charge 

J. C. Enable (I), E. Wilbur Krlebei 

(D) , Dale H. Moore. D.Th, (D>* Franklin 
H, Moyer, D-D. (D), J. G- Hupp, D.D. 

(E) , Victor Adam Ruth (Cb), A. H* 
Schuler, Wm. G. Seiple* Ph.D. (I), Fred¬ 
erick C. Seitz, D.D* (E). Licentiate: A. 
C. Rothermel, FluD. (I). 

Magyar synod 

Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1947) 

President, Rev. Mathias Daroczy, 1946 
W. 32nd St, Cleveland 13, Ohio; Vice- 
President* Rev* Barnabas Dienes, D.D.. 
Elmhurst College* Elmhurst, III.; Secre¬ 
tary* Rev* Ladislaus Egry* 4S22 Kennedy 
Ave*. East Chicago* 111.; Treasurer, Rev. 
Anthony Peter, 901 Kings Highway. 
Bridgeport 5. Conn.; Lay Member, Mr. 
Joseph Fodor, 29$ Deehler Ave*. Colum¬ 
bus, Ohio. 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Connecticut 

1. Bridgeport and Vicinity, Hungarian. 

Stephen M. Boszormenyl 

2. Fairfield Hungarian* Anthony Peter 
3* South Norwalk* Hungarian, Charles 

4. WallingiJord* Hungarian, *John 
Kerekes 

Illinois 

5* Chicago, South Side, *Arpad George 

6. West Side, Arpad L. Bernath 

7. Joliet Hungarian, Alexander Kalas- 

say, Sr*, D.D., Supply 

Indiana 

8. Bast Chicago* First Magyar, Ladis¬ 

laus Egry 

9. First Hungarian, Indiana Harbor, 

John B. Szeghy 

10* Gary, First Hungarian, Bertram J. 
Sathmary 

11. Hammond* First Magyar, John B. 

Szeghy 

12. Whiting, First Hungarian. William 

Horosz, Supply 

Michigan 

13. Detroit, First Hung.. Zoltan A. Vajda 

14. Flint, Magyar Andrew Nagy 

15. Kalamazoo, Hungarian* Renj* Jozsa 

New Jersey 

16* Passaic, Hungarian, Victor Racz 
17* Perth Amboy, John Calvin, Andrew 
E, Harto 

18. Trenton, John Calvin, Sigismund 

Laky 

19. Wood bridge* Hungarian, * Ladislaus 

Kecskemethy 

New York 

20- Buffalo* First Hungarian, Andrew 
Arvay 

21* New York, First Magyar, Geza 
Takaro, D.D. 

22. Hossvilie, S. I., Magyar: Vacant 

Ohio 

Ashtabula-Conneaut-Erie: Sigismund 
Balia 

23* Hungarian, Ashtabula 

24- Hungarian. Conneaut 

25. Hungarian, Erie (Pa.) 

26* Cleveland, west Side Magyar, 
Mathias Daroczy 

27* Columbus* Hungarian, Stephen 
Sziarto 

28. Drakes, Drakes-Congo, Stephen 
Sziarto, Supply 

29* Falrport Harbor. First Hungarian, 
Bela F, Bacso 

30. Toledo* Magyar* Stephen Szabo, Ph.D, 


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Penmylvunia 

31. Bethlehem, First Hungarian, tDes- 

mond D. Farragh 

32. Goatesville, Hungarian. Bela Kovacs, 

Supply 

S3. Homestead. Hungarian, Julius Paal 

34. Johnstown, Hungarian, Nicholas 

Wesselenyi 

35. Monongahela, Hungarian, Alexander 

Silay, Supply 

36. Pittsburgh, First Hungarian, Louis 

Varga 

37. Hank in. Hungarian, Julius Paal 

33. Springdale, Hungarian, Louis Varga, 

Supply 

33, Yintondale, Hungarian, Stephen Pap- 
meder 

40. Wlndber, Hungarian, Ladlsiaus 

Szabo 

41. Zelienople, Hungarian, Louis Varga, 

Supply 

Virginia 

42. Pocahontas, Hungarian, Julius 

Melegh, D.D., Supply 

VVeat Virginia 

43. Gary, Hungarian, Julius Melegh, 

D.D., Supply 

Mining: Julius Melegh, D.D, 

44. Hungarian, Logan 

45. Hungarian, Morgantown (Evana- 

dale) 

46. Hungarian, Uniontown (Pa.) 

Ministers without Charge 

Arthur E, Antal, Stephen hi Balogh 
(I), Alex Csutoros, S.T.D. (E), Alex S, 
Kalassay, D,D. (B)* Joseph Kecskemethy 
(I), Andrew Kovacs (E), Alex Mirese 
(I), Emil Nagy, Sr. (I) r Alex Toth, D.D. 
(D), Michael Toth (I), Francis UJlaki, 
D.D. (I), Edmund Vasvary (I). 

MERCERS BURG SYNOD 

Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1947) 

President, Rev. Howard S. Fox, 141 S, 
Stratton St., Gettysburg, Pa,: VIce-FressL* 
dent. Rev. Irvin A. Raubenhold, 223 N. 
Hartley SL, York, Fa. ; Secretary, Rev, 
John C. Sanders, Marlon, Fa.; Treasurer, 
Rev*. Edward O. Keen, D.D,, R. 7, York, 
Pa.; Lay Member, Mr. Samuel C. Hertz- 
ler, Carlisle;, Pa. 

No, Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Pennsylvania 

Arendtsville: Nevin R. Frantz 

1. Trinity-Benders, Blglerville 

2. Zion, Arendtsville 

3. Carlisle* First, Chas. D. Rodenberger 
Carlisle Rural: R. Raymond Jones, 

Supply 

4- St. Matthew* Carlisle Springs 

5. Salem, Lower Franklord Twp. 

6. Trinity* Bloserviile 
Cashtown, John H. Ehrhart 

7. St. John* Fairfield 

8. St, John. McKnlghtstown 

9. Trinity, Cashtown 

10. Chambersburg, SL John, W. Wilson 

Car veil 

11. Zion, Paul T, Stones if er, D.D, 
Dallastown: Roy C. Snyder 

12. SL John, Blymlre 

13. SL Paul, Dallastown 

Dillsburg; Arthur T. Kaup 

14. Barrens, Dillsburg* R. D- 2 

15. Franklin. Dillsburg, R. D, 1 
Dover: Roy W. Limbert 

16. Dover, Dover 

17. Salem, Dover* R. 2 

18. Shiloh, York* K. 1 

East Berlin: Alvin J. Forry 

19. Emmanuel, Hampton 

20* Mt. Olivet, East Berlin, R 1 


21. SL John, New Cheater 

22. SL Paul* East Berlin, R. 1 

23. Zwlngli* East Berlin 

24. Gettysburg, Ti-huty, Howard Schley 

25. R. D, 1, SL Mark's, Howard S. Fox, 
Supply 

Glen Rock. Ralph W. Yohe 

26. Jerusalem (FisseLs), Ulen Rock, 

R. F D 

27. St. Peter* Sevan Valleys, R* R* 2 

28. Trinity, Glen Rock 
Greencaatle: G. Ermine Flott 

29. Grace, Greencastle 

30. Trinity, State Line 
Grindstone HiU: John C, Sanders 

31. Heidelberg, Marion 

32. Soj union's* Chambersburg, R, 5 

33. Hanover, Emmanuel, Nevin E, Smith 

34. Grace, William H* Banks 

35. Trinity, Howard E. Sheely 
Jefferson: Paul D. Yoder*D.D. 

36. Christ, Codorus 

37. SL Jacob's, Brodbeck*s 

3S. Zion* Seven Vaheys 

Kreutz Creek: Richard E. Shaffer 

38. Canadochly* Hellam, R. D. 3 

40. Locust Grove, York, R. D. 3 

41* Trinity, Hellam 

Land is burg: Paul R. Wright 

42, Lebanon, Loysvdie 

43, SL John, ElhoLsburg 

44, St. Peter* Spring Twp, 

45, Trinity, Landisburg 
Lemasters: Addison K. Groff 

46, St, Paul, Lemasters 

47* St. Paul* Williamson 

48. St. Stephen* Upton 

49. Trinity, St* Thomas 
Lischey: Franklin Glaasmoyer 

50. St, Jacob, York New Salem 

51. SL Paul, Stoverstown 

52. SL Peter, Spring Grove, R. 2 

53. Littiestown* Christ, John C, Brum- 
bach 

54. R, D, 2, SL Luke 1 ®, John C, Brum- 
bach, Supply 

55. Redeemer, Frank E. Reynolds 

56. R. D. 1, St. James, Frank E. 
Reynold®* Supply 

57. Littleatown, K. D. 1* Good Shepherd, 
Arthur Lceming 

Marysville-Enola: Richard W. 
Rubright 

58. St. Matthew* Enola 

59. Trinity. Marysville 
McConnelLbui g-Fort Loudon : Mark 

B* Michael 

60. St. Paul (Htbron) * McConnellsburg 

61. SL Peter, Fort Loudon 
62* Mechanicsburg, SL Paul, George H. 

Klinefelter 

63. Mercersburg, Trinity, James W. 
Moyer 

64. SL Luke. Richmond Furnace 
ML Zion: Marlin T. Schaeffer 

65. Christ* Star view 

66. Mt. Zion* York* R. D. 7 

67. Zion* Zlona View 
New Oxford: Archie C. Rohrbaugb 

68. Emmanuel, Ab bo Us town 

69. St- Paul* New Oxford 

70. Newport, Incarnation* Raymond C- 
Zeehman 

Paradise: John S. Royer 
71* Paradise, ThomasviUe* R. 1 

72- Trinity, Spring Grove, £L 1 

SL John: Oliver K. Maurer* D.D* 

73. Emmanuel, Freyavllla 

74. St. John* Red Lion 
SL Faul-Harbaugh: Frank A, Rosen- 

berger 

75. Barba ugh, Midvale 

76. SL PauL Waynesboro 
Salem: E. V. Str aabaugh* TfcuD. 

77. SL Paul* Wolfa 

78. Salem, Jacobua , 

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106. 


Shlppensburg, Grace, Porter W* Sei- 
well 

Shrewsbury: Charles M* MUzell 
Bethany, New Freedom 
Bethlehem, Steltz 
St John, Sadler 
St Paul* Shrewsbury 
Spring Grove, Mt Zion, George W, 
Welsh* D.O* 

Trinity: Alfred G. Saixdrock 
Christ Duncannon 
St* John, Markelsvllle 
Trinity, New Bloomftcld 
Waynesboro: George H* Brieker 
Salem, Waynesboro* E* D, 3 
Trinity, Waynesboro 
West Manheim; Vacant 

Bethel, R* D. 3* Spring Grove 
St- Bartholomew. Hanover, R. 1 
St David, Hanover, R* 2 
St. Paul, Hanover, R* 2 
York, Bethany, John H, San do 
Emmanuel, Oliver S. Hartman 
Faith, Albert C. Robinson 
Grace, Irvin A, R&ubenhold 
Heidelberg, Robert Then a 
Memorial* John A. Fryer 
St* Stephen* Clark S. Smith 
Trinity First, Allan S. Meek* D.D* 
Zion, Arthur L. Grove 
Zion: 

Emanuel, Ickesburg* It D* 
Ickesburg, Ickesburg 


icKesburg, lekesburg 
Trinity, Doysville* R. D. 

Zion, Blain 


16* Goshen, First, Emil C. Kollatti 
Hudson: Vacant 
17* St John, Hudson 

18. Salem, Huntertown 

19. Trinity, Pleasant Lake 

20* Huntington, St. Peter, R. B, Mecfc- 
stroth 

21. LaPorte* St Paul, Victor P. Froline 
M eda ryvi 1 le-Frances vi lie- B ea ver 

Twp*: Ezra H* Guinther 

22. St* James, Beaver Twp. 

23. St. John* Medaryville 

24. Salem, Francesville 

25* Michigan City, St John. A* P. Hardt 
26* MHlersburg, Zion, R. A* Worthman, 
Supply 

27* Mishawaka, St Andrew, Ralph L* 
Rebman 

28. Plymouth, First Evan, Ref.* Henry 
D. Voss 

29* San Pierre, St Luke, Melvin Miller 
30* South Bend, St Peter* Paul A* 
Rasche 

31, Zion, Waldemar M* Goffeney 

32. Urbana, St Peter, Walter A. Luedtke 
Vera Cruz: H. H. Meckstroth 

33* St John* Vera Cruz 

34* St Luke’s, Honduras 

35* Wabash, St Matthew* Irving K. 
Dietsche 

Wakaruaa-Woodland : Phil. R. 
Pobanz 

36. St John. Woodland 

37* Zion, Madison Twp., Wflkarusa 

38* Wanatah, Salem, Melvin Miller 


Mlnlatera without Charge 

S. W. Beck (E), Ernest W. Brlndle (1), 
Dean R. Feather (Ch)* Henry E* Geb- 
hard (I), John S* Heffner (1), Irvin W* 
Hendricks* D.D. (E>, Victor H. Jones (It 
Edward G. Keen, D*D. (E), Whorten A* 
Kline, Lltt.D.* LL.D, (D), Roy Moorhead, 
Chas. B. Robert (E), A, Calvin Renoll* 
Ph.D. (EL Marsby J* Roth* D.D. (E), N* 
W. Sechlor (E), Raymond A. Shontz 
(Ch)* Licentiate; Philip L* Baughman 


MICIUG AN-INDIANA SYNOD 
Officer* Qnd Connell 

(Terms expire 1947) 

President, Rev. Robert C* Stanger, D.D.* 
2270 W* Grand Blvd., Detroit 8, Mich*; 
Vice-President, Rev* Arm in G. Krohne, 
4840 Rohns Ave., Detroit 13, Mich.: Secre¬ 
tary, Rev* Walter F* Baumann. R* 1, 
Manchester, Mich.; Treasurer* Mr* Earl 
Siebold, 1010 Maxine Drive, Fort Wayne 
6* Ind.; Lay Member, Mr. Leo Kirsch, 
Decatur, Ind* 

No. Location—'Name of Church—Pastor 

Indiana 

Andrews-Bippus: Vacant 
1* St. John, Bippus 

2. St* Paul, Andrews 

3. Berne, Cross, Calvin A* Schmid 

4. Bluff ton. First, Matthew Worthman 
Bremen and Eourbon : Nathan 33. 

Wierwill 

5. First, Bremen 

6* St. Paul, Bourbon 
7* Chesterton, St* John, Albert Eeuten- 
muelier 

Culver: V* D. WeidJer 

8, Grace, Culver 

9, Zion, Culver, R. D, 

ID. Decatur, Zion, Wm, C* Feller 
11* Decatur, R, D* 1, Salem* John M* 
Michael 

12. Elkhart, St* John, F, Hubert Konrad 
13* Fort Wayne, Grace, John W, 
Helstana 

14* St John, John W. Myers, S.T*D* 

15, Salem, Ira W. Frantz 


Michigan 

39. Albion* Salem, Arthur F- Selmikeit 

40. Ann Arbor, Bethlehem, Theodore R. 

Schmale, D.D* and Cornelius C, 

R, Loew 

Bainbridge Twp.-Pipestone Twp,: G* 
Kreuzenstein 

41. St* Paul. Balnbrldge Twp* 

42. *Zion, Pipestone Twp. 

43. Baroda, Zion, Wm* Krurnmel 

44. Bay City* First, Thomas L. Hoifley 

45. Casco, St* James, Lenox* R* IX 1, 

Vacant 

•IS- Chelsea, St- John, J* Fontana 

Choi sea-Francisco: P. H. Grabowsk I 
17* *St* John* Francisco 

48* *St* Paul, Chelsea 

Detroit 

49. Bethany, Edwin F. Mayer 

50* Bethel, Robert C. Stanger. D.D, 

51. Christ* George E* Gaiser 

52* Emmanuel, Royal Oak, Theo. A. 
Goebel 

53. First, J. P. Meyer, D*D. 

54. Grace. Cecil A. Albright 

55* Grosse Pointe Park, Grace, Walter 

S, Press 

56. Immanuel* Karl Rest 

57. Messiah: Vacant 

58* Redeemer, Gerhard C* ScnnewaTd 
59. St. John, Chas. F* Keating 

60* St. Luke, Arm in G* Frohne 
61. St* Mark, Theo* S* Buchmueller 
62* St. Matthew* Achilles B. Meyer 

63. St. Paul, Armin A* Suedmeyer 

64, St, Peter, Frederick H, Engels- 

dorfer 

G5* St* Peter* Harvey E, Harsh 
66. Trinity, E* F* Lawrenz 

67* Trinity* Theodore C* Wiemer 
08* Dexter* St. Andrew, Edward W. 
Drews 

69. Elk Rapids, St. John, Vacant 

70. Farmington* Salem, Carl H, Schultz 
71* Flint, First, Albert Weinbrauck 

72, Fraser, Zion, Russell L. Malchow 

73. Fulton* First, Vacant 

7 4. Grand Haven, St* Paul, Karl M, 
Detroy 

75. Grand Rapids, St John, Theodore H, 
Franks 


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76. Inkster, R. D. 1, St. Paul, Taylor 

Center, W. J, Kuhlman 

77, Jackson, St John, Q. Walter Wagner 
76, Lan&jng. St. Paul, F. H. Rupnow, 

79, Manchester, Emanuel, H. S. von 

RaguO 

60, * Manchester, R. D, 1, Bethel, Free¬ 
dom Twp., W, F. Baumann 
Marine City-Adair, H. E. Totzke 

81. St. John, Marine City 

82. First, Adair 

83. Mt. Clemens, Zion, Jacob Wuifmann 

84. Muskegon, St. John, A, T. Hoato 

So. New Buffalo, St. John, Victor F. 

Frohne, Supply 

86. Niles, St. John, Theo. Risen 

87. Owosso, St. John, R. J. Kurss 
Petoskey-Brutus: Richard H. Staple 

88. Emmanuel, Petoskey 

80. Zion, Brutus R, R. 

90. Pontiac, Bethel, A. H. Meyer 
Port Hope-Foreatville, Paul Bohn 

91. Unity. Forestviile 

92. Zion, Port Hope 

93. Port Huron, St. John, E. J. Soell 

94. Port Sanilac. Federated, E. J, Soell 

95. Richmond, First, Roland L. Hosto 

96. Saginaw, Immanuel, Jacob Eichhorn 

97. St. Mark, Garfield J. Hafermehl 

98. St, Joseph, St. Peter, E, A. Kuhn 

99. *Zion, E. A. Irion 

100. * Saline, St. Paul, Alvin Siemsen 

101. *Saline Twp., St. James, C- A. Bane- 

berg 

Three Oaks-Galien, Louis J. Kllng 

102. St. John, Three Oaks 

103. St, Peter, Gal ien 

104. Warren, St Paul, C. H, Grathwohl 

105. Wyandotte, St. John, Wm. F. A. 

Simon 

Ministers without Charge 

John H, Albright (E), John Azary (E), 
L. D. Benner (E), George Bohn (E), W. 
Breitenbach <E), John L. Ernst, Ph.D. 
(D). C. Fisher (E), Theo. Gabler (I>, 
Gerard H, Gebhardt CD), D. J. Helm- 
kamp <E), Hemy F. Hilgeman (E), 
Hans Horny (E), William Howe (E), 
Theo. Jud (E), Fr, Lueckhoff (D), R. 

A, Most (E). R. H. Bedinbaugh (1), 

B. E, Reemsnyder (E), F. B. Huf (G), 
Albert A- Schoen (E), Eugene H. Spat- 
helf (D). Edward H. Splndler (G>, A. 
Stienecker, L, F. J. Stuckwisch (Ob', Carl 
H. Wlttbracht (E), Hans Zumstelti (E), 


IttlSSOURI VALLEY syxoi> 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1947) 

President. Rev, Harry O. Hein. New 
Haven, Mo .; Vice-President, Rev. Garlet 
A. Roedder, Warrenton, Mo.: Secretary. 
Rev. C. F. Fritsch, 2312 Bellevue Ave., 
Maplewood 17, Mo,; Treasurer, Mr. 
Waldemar Finckert, 3849 Federer Place, 
St. Louis 16, Mo,; Lay Member, Mr, J. H. 
Landwebr, 4510 Marlboro Court, St. Louis 
21, Mo. 

No, Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Arkansas 

1. Little Rock, First Evangelical, O. A. 
Egger 

Marvell-Barton: Traugott Steiner 

8. Barton, Barton 

3. Hicks, Marvell, R» H. 2 

Missouri 

4. Affton, Eden, Elmer H. Dickbernd 

5 . Augusta, R. 1, Femme Osage, Jos, H. 

Mann 

6 . Augusta, R. D. 1 , Bethany, Schluers- 

burg: Vacant 


Augusta-Deflance: Leonard B. Dohr- 
mann 

7. Ebenezer, Augusta 

8. St. Paul. Defiance 

9. Bay, Zion, August C. Rasche, D.D. 
Bay-Ryors: Theodore A. Tuenge 

10. Ebenezer, Ryors 
11* St. Paul, Bay 

12. Berger, St, John, John A. Kreuzer 

13. Big Berger, Bethany, H, Hoeppncr 
Big Sprlngs-Rhlne land-High Hill: 

Vacant 

14, St, James, Big Springs, Henry G, 

Kroehler 

15. St- John, High Hill, G- A. Roedder, 

Supply 

16, St. Marcus, Rhineland, H. O. Hein. 

Supply 

17, Billings, St. Peter, R, G, A, Barete 
IS. Btxby, Christ Community: Vacant 

Bland: F. C. Anderson 

19. St. John, Woollam 

20. St. Paul, Cooper Hill 

21. Zion, Bland 

Cape Girardeau: Arno H, Franke 

22. Christ, Cape Girardeau 

23. Salem, Cape Girardeau, R, 2 

24. *Catawissa, Evangelical Society, W. 

Everett Lynch 

25. Chamois, St- John, Warren Seyfert 
Charlotte-Swiss: Paul G. Wuebben 

26. St, James, Charlotte 

27. St. John, Swiss 

28. Chesterfield, St John, Bellefontaine, 

Siegfried A. Scbmlechen 

29. Chesterfield (Gumbo), St, Thomas, 

Wm, C. Gabler 

30. Clayton, Samuel, John W, Flucke 

31. Clayton, R. 1, Zion, Joseph O. 

Folate r 

32. Clayton. R, D. 2, St. Paul: Vacant 

33. Cottleville. St. John, Theodore M. 

Haefele 

DeSoto: Supplied 
31. Ebenezer, near DeSoto 

35. Friedens, DeSoto 
Dfttmer-Cedar Hill: Fred W, Beyer 

36. St. Martin, Cedar Hill 

37. St. Martin, Dittmer 

3S. Ferguson, Immanuel: Vacant 

Foriatell (Cappein), New Melle: R. 
H. Froescbnor 

39. St, John (Cappein). ForlsteU, R. 2 

40. Friedens, New Melle 

41. Fulton, Evangelical, Robert G. Herr¬ 

mann 

42. Gerald, St. Paul, Ralph C, Koch 

43. Gerald. R. R. 1. Ebenezer, Ralph C, 

Koch 

44* * Gladden, Shan nondale Community, 
V, W. Bucher 

45. Herrmann, St Paul, Henry Kroehler 

46. Hermann. R. D. 2, St. John, Stolpe: 

Vacant 

47. High Ridge. St Martin, H. P, Baur 
48- Jackson, Emanuel, Herman G. Borne 

49. Jackson, R. D. 2, St. James, Tilsit, 

G- A- Kanzler 

50. Jackson, R. D. 3, St. John, Joseph H. 

Mayer 

Jeffriesburg, near Union: Arthur A, 
Van Camp 

51. St. John, near Union 

52. St, Jordan, Jeffiiesburg 

53. Kimmswick, R. 2, St, Luke, Antonia, 

A. Paul Laubengayer 
Labadie-Oakfleld : W. Everett Lynch 

54. Pilgrim, Labadie 

55. Zion, Oakfield 

56. Manchester, St. John. Paul A. Wdbtis 

57. Marthasville, St. Paul, Laveme E. 

Ebert 

58. Mehlville, St, John, A. F, Albers- 

werth 

59. Morrison, St. James, Emil Beter 
Moscow Mills-Troy: Karl F, Albert 

60. Friedens, Moscow Mills 

61. Zion, Troy 


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63. ML Vernon, R, D, 3, Zion, John 
N euenach wander 

68* New Haven, St* Peter, H, Q. Hein 
64* Oakville, St* Paul, Wesley W* Martin 
65. Old Monroe, St. Paul: Vacant 
66* Overland, Calvary, L* H* Lammert 
Owtnsville: H* E, Stahlhut 

67. St. John, Bern 

68. St* Peter, Owensville 
Pershlng-Frederltksburg: Vacant 

69* St- Peter, Fredericksburg 
70* Zion, Pershing 

71. St* Charles, St. John, G* H. Rohlfin& 

72. SL Charles, R. R. 2, Friedens, Theo. 

Wobus 
SL Louis 

73* Bethany, Walter A* Scheer 

74. Bethel, Richard A* Miller 

75. Bethesda, A* F. W, Marcus 

76* Caroline Mission, Carl G, Rasche 

and Paul M. Schnake 

77, CarondeleL Rudolph C, Allrich 

78. Christ, Maplewood, C. P* Fritsch 

79. Ebenezer, Elmer P. Helling 

80, Eden-Immanuel. Paul L. Schmidt 

SI* Emmaua, C, Bonnenkamper 

82. Faith, Kurt J* Schmiechen 

83* Friedens, Paul Press, D*D., and 
Theodore C. Wlmmler 
84* Grace, Wm* C. Brandon, Jr. 

85* Holy Ghost, Ralph C. Abele 
86. Hope, Norman C. Zulauf 

87* Jesus, Wm. F. Simon, Ph.D. 

88. Mount Tabor, Paul H- Rahmeier 

89. Nazareth, George W, Knapp 

90, Pilgrim, Alfred F. Braun 

91, Redeemer, Helmut R. Friz 
$2* St* Andrew, T, JL Boesch 

93, SL James, F. W, Schaefer 

94. SL John, Theodore A. Haefele 

95, SL Luke, Wm* B. Weltge 

96. St, Marcus, Erich E. Leibner 

97, SL Matthew, Carl F. Sturm, Jr. 

98. SL Paul, Erwin H* Bode 

99- SL Peter, Elmer H. Hdefer 

100, SL Peter, Wellston, Hawthorne E 
Boesch 

101* SL Stephen, O. Klenker 

102, Salem, Robert J, Young 

103, Salem, Elmer F, Ansiey 

104, Salvator, Paul PrelJ 

105* Trinity, Paul ft Stock 

106* Zion, H, C, Toelle 

107, Sapplngton, R. 6, SL Lucas, Glenn O* 
Martens en 

108* Springfield, SL John, S, Caldemeyer 
Stony Hill*Casco: Herbert E. Kuhn 
109* SL James, Stony Hill 

110. SL John, Casco 

111. Treloar, Immanuel: Vacant 

112. SL John, Pinckney, Laveme E, 

Ebert, Supply 

Union-St. Clair: Albert B. Gaebe 

113. SL John. SL Clair 

114. Zion, Union 

116, Yerona, SL John, John Neuen- 
sch wander 

Warren ton; G. A* Roedder 

116. Friedens, Warrenton 

117. Evangelical, Lippstadt 

118. SL Paul, Steinhagen 

119 Washington, SL Peter, Raymond F. 
Frank enfold 

120, Webster Groves, Evang. and Ref'd, 

- Thoa R. Marshall 

121, Weldon Spring, Immanuel, Theodore 

M. Haefele 

Wright City: A* E. Katterjohn 
122* Evangelical, Wright City 

123. *St. John, Indian Camp 

Mliiliiters without Charge 

E, J, F. Arndt, Ph*D. (DJ, H* N. Aulei 
IMJ, Jr ' W, David D, 

Baker, D.D. (B), Wm, JL Baur, D.D, (E), 
W*A “ au F» J* r u (J®)* John A Biegelelsen 
<D), Theo. C, Braun 
(D)., Purd EL Delta, D.D* (D), Fritz 


Deuschle (B), G, Ditel (B). Aug* Doelle- 
feld (E), F. W. A Eiermann, Ph*D* (EL 
O- L, Ejbring (D), F* W, Fischer (B). 
Harold F* Freund, M*D* (M), H. R. Geb- 
tiardi, Th.D. CD), Eugene H* Gruen <E), 
Elmer H* Gum per (ML O, F. Hafner, 

E, G, Heess (EL E. A. G* Hermann, D.D. 
(DL Walter H. Herrscher (M), J. H. 
Horstmann, D.D. (EL A, E. Kitterer (G), 
Carl W, Klein <D), Henry C, Koch (D), 
Carl D- Kriete, D-D, (Ml Fred J. Laug¬ 
hers! (B), Ralph F* Maschmeier (Ch), 

F. E. McQueen (D), E, J. Melchert (ChL 
Chas* Meyer (E), Alien O* Miller, Ph,D, 
(D), Albert Muecke, D.D, (E), E. L* 
Mueller (EL Theo* L. Mueller (E), I. 
George Nace, D*D* <D), George NIshP 
rnoto (DJ, K. Fleger (E), George M. 
Path (E), O. Press (D>, S. D, Press, D.D. 
(D), John U. Ruhl (D), Arthur Saeuber- 
lich (El R- Schmiechen (EJ, Carl E, 
Schneider, Ph.D* (DJ, K* L* Schneider 
(EJ, F* W. Schroeder, D.D. (DJ. J, N. 
Schuch (E), Harold P. Schultz (DL 
Gilbert W. Schroer, Ph.D* (M), Theo* C. 
Seybold, D.D. (MJ, Geo* H. Sieveking 
(EJ* Claude J* Snyder* D-D. (DJ* John 
A Sommers (I), Carl N*_S till well ^* 


Theophil Stoerker 


>, C, F, Sturm, D,l 


(El Theophil H. Twente (DL Allen G* 
Wehrli, D*D* (DJ. H* H* Wernecke, Ph.D. 
(Dj f E. J. Westerbeck (D>, Z* F. Yount 
(E), Paul R. Zwilling (DJ* 


If Litlt ASK A SYNOD 
Officers and Council 
(Terms empire 1948) 

President Rev. Arthur G. Crisp, 432 K 
Pierce St*, Council Bluffs, Iowa; Vice- 
President, Rev* Fred H. Dollefeld, Plym¬ 
outh. Nebr,: Secretary, Rev* Otto E. 
Pinckert, Harbine, Nebr*; Treasurer, Mr. 
Arthur Unger, 2941 Sumner SL, Lincoln, 
Nebr,; Lay Member, Mr* Fred Hess, 3218 
S* 40th SL, Lincoln 6, Nebr. 

No, Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

lawn 

1. Atlantic, Peace, Otto G. A Eyrlch 
Calu met- Pr lm gha r: A L* Schleler 

2, SL John, Primghar 
3* Zion, Calumet 

4. Council Bluffs, SL John, Arthur G* 

Crisp 

5. Council Bluffs, R* 2, St. Paul, A G* 

Crisp, Supply 

6* Creston, SL John, G* G, Bratzel 
Grlswold-Massena: Supplied 
7, St. John, -Griswold 

3* SL Peter, Massena 

9, Hamburg, Zion, A, W. Yungschlagtr 
10. Hartley, Trinity, Bruno PL Roma- 
nuwski 

11* Hornick, SL John, G* Thomas Haller 
12, lmogene, SL Paul : Vacant 
13* LeMars, St John, Elmer J. Broetz- 
mann 

14* Mapleton, SL Peter, Elmer G. Gtte 
15, Newell, St. John, Grant Twp*: 
Vacant 

16- Peterson* SL John. F* Paul 

17- Pomeroy, First, Ernst H* Nussmanti 

18. Schaller, R, D, 2, Emmanuel, George 

W. Treese 

19. Schleswig, Friedens. A. F. Rlnne 

20. Sioux City, Grace, Henry G. Held 

21. Walnut, Peace Evan, and Reformed, 

Theo, A. Thomas 

22. Westside, SL John, Elmer G. Otte 

Nebraska 

Ashton-Loup City-Rockville: V* F* 
DedJtius 

23. Community, Rockville 

24* St Matthew, Ashton 

25. St. Paul, Loup City 


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26. Belden, Union (Hope), Leon E, 

Keys, Supply 

27. *CoJumbus, Evan. Protestant, Martin 

L. Seybold 

28. Cook, St, Paul, Theo, Pfundt 

39. Dawson, Zion, Carl J. We idler 

30. Pairbury, Zion, Gladstone, J. F, 

Kaiser 

31. Falls City, Zion, Re in hold M, Jensen 

32. Goehner, Friedens, Stanley E. Ander¬ 

son 

33. Gruetii* Gruetli (near Columbus), 

Martin L, Seybold. Supply 

34. Harbine, Hope, O. E. Ptnckert 

36, Harvard, United, L. G, Marx 
Hoskins i C. H. Riedesel 

3G. Immanuel, Winside 

37, Peace, R, 1, Norfolk 

38, Humboldt, St, John; Vacant 
33, Salem, C. J, Weidler, Supply 

40. Jansen. St. Paul. George Rath 

41. Lincoln, Emmanuel: Vacant 

42. St. John, Carl E, Gablor 

43. St. Paul, F. C, Klick, D.D. 

44. Milford, Frledens, Stanley E. Ander- 

son 

46. Nebraska City, Bethel, George Duen- 
slng 

46. Omaha, First, G. E, Seybold 

47. Plattsmouth, St, Paul* Emmanuel J* 

Moritz 

48. Plymouth, Church of Peace, Fred H. 

Doilefeld 

49. Seward* Frledens, R, O. Walkenhorst 

50. Steinauer, Salem* August Bock 

51. Sutton, Hope, Ulrich Zogg, Supply 
62, Emmanuel* Calvin J. E. Stuebbe 

53. Syracuse, St- John, W, Bechtold 

54. Talmage, St. John, Albert L. 

Brueggemann 

55. Zion. Albert L. Brueggemann, 

Supply 

56. Tecumseh, R. 1, St. Paul, Aug, Bock, 

Supply 

57* Tilden, Frledens: Vacant 
53. Western* St. John, H, Henning 
Winslde : Died rich Buelter 

59, Theophllus, Winslde 

60. Yutan. St. Peter, V. E. Johnson, 

Supply 


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Blew Jetaey 

Bayonne, German, F* G* Waiter 
FuhrmaJin 

Egg Harbor City: Charles E. String 
St. John. Egg Harbor City 
Zion, Folsom 

Garwood, St. Paul, Walter C. Pugh 
Giassboro, Bethlehem, Walter E. 
Oakford, Supply 

Irvington, Emanuel* Edward Paet- 
zold 

Milltown* St. Paul, Russell D. Custer 
Newark, Bethlehem, Richard W, 
Jungfer, Sr., Supply 
St. Stephen, Edw. W. Fuhrmann 
Zion, Robert D. Morrison 
New Brunswick* Livingston Avenue, 
Theodore W. Boltz 
Trenton* St. Paul* William S. Brown 


New York 

Albany, Evan. Protestant* Eugene T. 
Henzei 

Amsterdam, Zion* Edward A. Lau- 
tenschlager 

Bellerose (L. L), First, Russell R. G. 
Berger 

Brooklyn* Bethlehem, Philip J. 
Anstedt 

Christ* A, A, Kosower 
St Mark, M, J. H. Walenta 
New York City, Christ, Bronx, Jacob 
E. Wagner 

Martha Memorial, Walter F, Re if, 
Supply 

St Paul, Evan. Luth., Bronx* 
Henry A. Weief 
St Paul, Bronx* Jacob Schmitt 
Schenectady, Frledens, Benedict 
Tannler 

Tabor ton: Oscar A. Egll 
Zion, East Poestenkill 
Zion, Taborton 
Zion, Berlin 

Troy, Paul, H. P. VIeth 
West Forest Hills (L. I.), Commu¬ 
nity, G, W, Bus teed 
Wood haven (L. L), Emanuel. E, J. 
Strassburger 


Ministers without Charge 

C, Eller (E)* Otto J, Engelmann (E), 
W. Fischer (E), M. E. Graber, Ph.D. (1), 
Alex. Greeb <I>, Henry E. Grieb (E>* P. 
S. Kohler (E), D. F. Maul (E), Willard 
Sherman (G), Harold G. Zoeller, 

NEW YORK SYNOD 

Officers and Go unci] 

(Terms expire 1947) 

President, Rev. Eugene T, Henzei, 125 
Clinton St., Albany 2, N. Y.: Vice-Presi¬ 
dent, Rev. Ernest J. Strassburger, 9212 
S9th Ave.* Woodhaven, 1* I,, N, Y,: Sec¬ 
retary* Rev. Edward J. Paetzold* 45 Ridge¬ 
wood Ave., Irvington 11, N. J,: Treasurer, 
Mr. William Kunz, 1505 Massachusetts 
Ave.* Troy, N. Y.; Lay Member, Mr. Fred 
C, Heltkamp, 209 N. Ten Broeck St, 
Scotia, N. Y. 

No. Location—Name of Church“Pastor 

Connecticut 

1. Bridgeport, First, Wm. E. Horst- 

meler 

2. First Magyar* Emit Nagy, Jr* 
Magyar Circuit: James Kress 

3. Hungarian* New Haven 

4. Magyar* Shelton 

5. Hungarian. Torrington 

6* Magyar, Warrenville 

niasmaehiiHcttJi 

7. Boston, Christ, R. Howard Paine 

8, Holyoke, German* Edward C. Stuobl 


Ministers without Charge 

F. Andrea (E), Conrad Bachmann (E), 
Alex Dokus, Theo. Essebaggers (M), 
Chas. Gulyas (I)* Frederick Kramer, Paul 
H. Land CD), 3, Lefton (E), Paul M. 
Limbert, Ph.D. (I)* Alex Ludman, Henry 
Man rod t (E), Joseph C. Mugglin, H. Rich¬ 
ard Niebuhr, Ph.D, (G>, Relnhold Nie¬ 
buhr, D,D„ S*T*D, (G), Francis C. 
Schlater* Herman E. Schnatz (E), Web¬ 
ster S. Stover, Ph.D. (I), Paul H. Strelch 
(M), Faul Tillich, D.D., Ph.D. (G), An¬ 
drew G. Truxal, Ph.D, (I), Paul Wienand. 
Litt-D. (E), Emlen H. Zellers (G), How¬ 
ard J. B, Ziegler. 

NORTHEAST OHIO SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1947)' 

President* Rev. Emil N. Krafft, D.D., 
3236 E. 55th St., Cleveland 4, Ohio; Vice- 
President, Rev. Reuben J, Schroer, 528 
Morel ey Ave.* Akron 8* Ohio; Secretary, 
Rev, Waldo J. Bartels* 16 Pittsburgh St.. 
Columbiana, Ohio ; Treasurer, Mr, S. W. 
Baughman, 532 Parkview Ave., Barber¬ 
ton, Ohio; Lay Member, Mr, W. I, Carver, 
533 Tod* N.W., Warren, Ohio. 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Ohio 

Akron 

1. East Market Street, R, E, Bah- 

meyer 

2. Emmanuel: Vacant 

3. First* Reuben J. Schroer 


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Goss Memorial, William E. Troup, 
D.D. 

Grace, Orris W. Haulraah* D.D. 
Hungarian, Arpad Bakay 
Miller Avenue* Joseph B. Hen¬ 
nessey 

Trinity. Wm, C, Nelson 
Willard, F, J, Schmuck 
Amherst, John H, Bollens 
St. John* So. Amherst 
St. Peter, Amherst 
Cleveland 

Bethany, Theo. F. Braun 
Christ, Theo. C, Monoid 
Eighth, Harry W, Ba inner 
Emmanuel* West Park, Rudolph C, 
Dltter 

Faith, A. W. Mcckstroth 
Fifth: Vacant 
First, Theo. A, Kitterer 
First Hungarian, Joseph Herezegh 
Hungarian* Medina 
Fourth, Victor E. Walenta 
Friedens. Paul H, Bourquin 
Grace, Paul E, Rohrbaugh 
Hough Avenue, Donald J, Voelm 
Immanuel, Shaker Heights, Robert 
J. BaLdauf 

Ninth, Walter Scott Rickard 
Pilgrim, Louis F* Stueber 
St. John, Emil N. Kraftt, D.D, 

St. Luke, Oscar H. twilling, D.D. 
St, Paul, George A. Robb 
Tenth, GlenvMe, Roy W, Giesel- 
mann 

Trinity, Elam G. Wiest 
West Side, Walter K, Klein 
\Zion, Oscar E, Wittlinger 
St. Peter, Independence 
Columbiana* Grace, Waldo J. Bartels 
Cuyahoga Falls, Bethany, Donald L. 
Powers 

Doyles town, Emanuel, J. H. Foetter 
East Akron, “Old Millheim*” F. J. 
Schmuck. Supply 

Elyria* Hungarian, Louis G- Novak 
St. Paul, Ernst Irion 
Lakewood, First, John Sommerlatte 
Lisbon* St. Jacob, Carl W. Bormuth 
Loyal Oak: A. C. Peeler 
Grace, Loyal Oak 
Mt. Zwingli, Wadsworth 
Lorain, Hungarian, Daniel G. Bodor 
St* John, Richard A. Mensendiek 
Manchester: Herbert S. Wolfe 
St* Peter. Clinton 
Trinity, Manchester 
North Jackson, St. John* Ray Hart- 
sough 

North Lima, Mt. Olivet* Otto J. 
Zechiel 
Unity. Salem 

Parma-Ridge Road: Irving W. 

r*fli dipp'pt* 

Ridge Road* Cleveland 
St. Paul, Parma, Cleveland 
Petersburg, Old Springfield, Charles 
A. Lang 

Valley City* Immanuel* Robert B* 
Frey 

Wadsworth, Trinity: Vacant 
Warren, First* Robert S. Mathes 
Youngstown* Austlntown Community, 
Arthur V. Sw in eh art 
First* Roland A. Lnnman 
St. Pauhs, Louis F. Suedmeyer 
Paradise, Canfield, R. 2 
Third: Vacant 


Minis tern without Charge 

W. S. Adams, Alfred Ankeney (M), C. 
F* Detwitz (E)* Frederick H. Diehm, D.D. 
(E), Frederick W. Engelmann (E>, Ed¬ 
ward D. Pager, Henry S, Gekeler* D.D. 
(Eh Frank W. Goetsch (I), D. Hagels- 
kamp* D.D. (E), Carl F. Heyl, D.D, (D) 
Conrad Hoffman (E), Frederick Hoffman 
(D), Paul E, Keller, D.D. (Mb A. A. 


Kitterer (D), Huber F* Klenyme (B), 
Ernest Forazolt (E>* L. J* Rohrbaugh, J- 
C* Schaaf (E>* Albert G. Scheible (Eh 
Henry J, Schmidt, D.D. (E), Fred C. 
Schweinfurth (D), Everett W. Seibert 
(I), Philip Vollmer, Jr. (D>* Licence: 
W* L* Neucnschwander (I). 

NORTHERN SYNOD 
Officer* and Council 

(Terms expire 1947 > 

President, Rev, John H. Bunge, Plato* 
Minn-: Vice-President, Rev. Erwin R. 
Koch, D.D., 1365 N. Hamline Ave*, St. 
Paul 4* Minn*: Secretary, Rev* Victor H, 
Grape, R. 1, Faribault, Minn*; Treasurer* 
Rev. Otto J* Vrlesen* Hamburg, Minn.; 
Lay Member, Mr. August J. Schulz, Wells, 
Minn. 

No* Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Iowa 

1. Ledyard, Bethany, Edw, F. Nuss 
New Albin: Paul Franzmeier 

2. St. Peter, New Albin 

3. Peace, Freeburg (Minn.) 

Minnesota 

4. ’Arlington, St* John, O, J. Vrlesen, 

Supply 

5* Barnesville, St* Paul, Oscar H* Bucli- 
mueller 

Bertha: Eugene R* Rapp 
6. Peace, Bertha 
7* Zion, Long Prairie 

8. St. Faul* Wadena 
Ceylon: Harold G. Ott 

9. St. John, Ceylon 

1©* St* Paul, Granada 

11* Cottage Grove, St, Matthew* John W* 
Frank 

12. Delano* Evangelical: Vacant 

13. Duluth* St* Paul, F. J. Lowenbergh 

14. SL Paul* Hermantown 
Eden Valley-Forest City: H, O* 

Willman 

15. Peace, Eden Valley 

16. St. Matthew, Forest City 

17. Ekzen. St* Luke, H, Radloff 

18. Eyota* St. Paul* John G. Slegle 

19. St, John* St* Charles 

20. Fairmount, St. John, W* A. Werth 

21. Peace, St James 

22* Faribault (Rural)* St John* Victor 
W* Grupe 

23* St Matthew, Kenyon 

24. Faribault St Luke, Walter H. Meyer 

25. Fergus Falls, First, Erwin F* Monger 
Glencoe-West Lynn, Robert A. 

Happel 

26. Peace, Glencoe 

27. Trinity* Hutchinson 

28* Hamburg* St. Paul* Otto J. Vrlesen 

29, Henderson, St Paul* A, O. Mann 

30. Hutchinson, St* John, Robert A- Hap^ 

pel. Supply 

31* Lake Elmo* St Luke, John Koch 
32. Lester Prairie, Evangelical* Harvey 
K* Burkett 

33* Le Sueur, Zion, Earl W. Krueger 

34. Le Sueur (Rural), St, Paul, E, J, 

Steeh 

35. Salem. Le Sueur (Rural), E. J. 

Stedh 

36. Little Falls* St, John, F* Kalkbrenner 

37. Christ, Rice 

Maple Lake-Annandale: Earl G* 
Buck 

38* Bethlehem, Maple Lake 

39- Emmanuel* Annandale 

Millville-Thellm&n-Wabasha: James 
F* Doellefeld 
40, ’Grace, Millville 
41* *SL Paul* Thellman 
42* Trinity, Wabasha 
4S. Minneapolis* Faith* Ralph E, Weisser 
44. St. John. Samuel G. Schick* Th.D. 


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45. ♦Immanuel, Medicine Lake 

46. * Minnesota Lake, Peace, Edward 

Hera 

Minnesota Lake (Rural) : Otto Rapp 
47* St* Paul 

48. *Zoar, Waldorf 

New Ulm-Essig-Sanborn: Fred R. 
Isell 

49. Peace, New Ulni 

50. Peace, Bssig 

51. Christ, Sanborn 

52* Norwood, Peace, C. H, Zeyher 
53. Norwood (Rural), St* John, E* H* 
Qpperman 
54* Zoar, Chaska 
55. Ferham, Zion, Paul Reichert 
56* Plato, St. Paul John H- Bunge 
57* Plato (Rural), Frfedcns, Peter Schlld 

58. Rochester, Peace, Ralph R. Hunger 

59. St* Paul, Lewiston 

60. St* Cloud, Peace, George F* Steffen 
61* Christ, Sauk Rapids 

62. St, Paul, Peace, Arthur M* Krueger 

63. St* John, Irvin E* Stegner 

64* St* Peter, Stillwater _ 

65* St* Paul, Erwin R. Koch.D.D* 

66. Welcome, St. Paul, Armin C* Munz 
67* West Concord, Zwingli, Kurt M. 

Kielhorn 

North Dakota 

Hankinson : Adolph A* Graf 
63. Emmanuel, Hankinson 

69. St* John, Lidgerwood 

70. St* Paul, Hammer (S* Dakota) 

71* Hebron, St. John, Henry Beif- 

schneider 

72. Judson (Rural), Bethel, E. O. 
Mueller. Supply 

73* Zion, E, O. Mueller, Supply 

74. New Salem, Peace, E. O* Mueller 

75. Taylor, Immanuel* Armin Kniker 

South Dakota 

76* Elk ton* Peace, Walter C. Fischer 

77. Garretson, Unity, W. C* Fischer, 

78. Tulare.^Salem, Vacant 

78. St* John, Tulare (Rural) 

Wisconsin 

80. Ellsworth, St* Paul* Geo. A. Bartell 
La Or osse-Brownsv ill©: Ralph L* 

Ku ether 

81. SL John* La Crosse 

82. Zion, Brownsville (Minn.) 

La. Crosse-Hokah : Vacant 

S3. Trinity, La Crosse Rural 

84, Sion, Hokah (Minn*) 

Madeline Island-Mason: Edward D, 
Rodel 

85, St John, La Polnte 

86, SL Paul* Mason 

87, Prescott* St. John* Wilfred R. Burger 

Ministers without Charge 

Henry A- Bartell, W. W* Bunge (E), 
F. A* Feierabend (M), John A. Grabow, 
George Grether, Albert G. Hahn* J, G. 
Herrlinger (E), Kark Koch (B), W- 
Koring (E), W* Merzdorf (D)* Karl J* 
Mueller (E). J* M* Munz (E), Paul 
Quardcr(E), J* Rosen a u (E). Licentiate: 
j* Gerhard Melners. 

NORTH ILLINOIS & If NOD 
Onicers and Council 
(Terms expire 1947) 

President, Rev* Ewald H, Plassmann, 
Peotone, Ill*: Vice-President* Rev* George 
P. Elterbrake, 333 E. Main St, Earring- 
ton. 111 . ; Secretary, Rev* Karl H. Meyer, 
5950 S. Albany Ave* f Chicago 29, III .; 
Treasurer: Mr* E. W* Schumacher, 2043 
Augusta Blvd., Chicago 22, Ill.; Lay Mem¬ 
ber. Mr. George Deppert, Pekin* III* 


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Location—Name of Church—Pastot 

Illinois 

Arlington Heights, St* John, Wm* F. 
Kamphenkel 

Aurora, SL John, Adolph Stoerker 
Barrington, SL Paul* George P* 
Ellerbrake 

Bartlett, Immanuel, Benjamin F. 
Freese 

Beecher, SL Lucas, G* Horst 
Beecher, R* D, 2, SL John* Washing¬ 
ton Twp„ J* Merzdorf 
Eellwood, Peace, Carl L. Grauer 
Belvidere, St. John, Martin A* Tor- 
bitzky 

BensenvUle, Frledfens, Arthur F. 
Ebeling 

Immanuel* Albert G* Kautz, Supply 
SL John, Addison Twp., E. Berg- 
straesser 

Bloomingdale* St, Paul, Karl E. 
Gaertner 

Bloomington, Friedens, G. E, Robin¬ 
son 

Blue Island* Community, Emil Helm 
St. Paul, Orville F. Brummer 
E road Ian ds-Sidn ey: Carl E. Hartwig 
SL John* Broadlands 
SL Paul, Sidney 

Carpentersvilie, Zion, Otto Hoffner 
Champaign* St* Peter* Ruben J, Rier- 
baum 
Chicago 

Bethany, H* W, Dinkmeyer* D.D. 
Bethel, Emanuel Crusius 
Bethlehem* Adolph W, Fruechte 
Eden, Henry F. Baumgaertel, Jr* 
Edison Park, Lloyd H. Hegeman 
Epiphany Evan* Lath., Harry W. 
Brueckner 

First English, Samuel J* 
Schmiechen 
Gethsemane: Vacant 
Grace (Evan.), Karl H, Meyer 
Grace, Christian E, Schmidt 
Immanuel, William L* Rest, D.D, 
Kloeehner Memorial* William L. 
Moenkhaus 

Nazareth* Herbert P. Bloesch 
North Shore, Carl C. BIzer 
Peace Memorial, Herbert J. Brodt 
Ravenswood, Otto A. Muecke, D.D. 
SL Andrew, W, F* Huebner 
St James United, Boyald V* Cald¬ 
well 

St. John* Paul Stoerker 
St. Luke, Walter W* Wilke 
St Matthew, Erwin J* Florin 
St, Nicolai, Gustav A* Pahl, Jr. 

St. Paul, Gerhard W* Grauer, D.D. 

and Kenneth E, Bishop 
St* Peter, Henry E* Lambrecht, 
D.D., and Raymond A* Ley 
SL Petri, Walter W. Kleker 
St, Philippus, H Armin Fleer 
SL Stephen* Ben no G, Ott 
St* Thomas, W. E. Naefe 
Salem, Hermann E. Koenig 
Tabor, Albert W. Buck 
Third, L. Harrison Ludwig 
Trinity, S* A- Recht 
Zion, Edward J* Hoefer 
Zion* Auburn Park, A* J. Koch 
Zion* Washington Heights, John E. 
Schneider 

Chicago Heights-Matteson : Henry H. 
Senne 

St John, Chicago Heights 
Zion* Matteson 

, Grove Coeur. Bethel, A* J. Schneider 
Crystal Lake, St Paul, Paul F, Urn- 
beck 

Danville, St, John, George J. 
Boettcher 

Davis* St. Paul, Robert E* Sehwarze 
Deerfield, St, Paul, Hugo Lelnberger 
Des Plaines, Christ, R. Kenneth 
Wobbe 


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63. Bolton, Immanuel, Ph, H. Bassler 

64. Downers Grove, St, Paul, Walter W* 

Lauer 

65. Elgin, St Paul* Clarence F. Hammen 

66. Elgin* H. D. l, Immanuel, Hanover 

Twp*, Peter H. Beecken 

67. Elmhurst, St Peter, E. J. A. Koch, 

Fh*D. 

68. Evanston. St John, H, C. Buch- 

mueller 

69. Forest Park, First Walter F* 

Kleker, Sr. 

70. Frank ford, St Peter, Erich G, Bteer 

71. Franklin Park, St Paul, Frederick 

W, Hinge 

72. Freeport, First English, H. W. 

Hatoerkamp 

73. St John, Edwin A. Arends, D.D. 

74. Zion, Carl M. Grahl 

75. Freeport, R. D, 1, State Road, Sliver 

Creek Two,, Jacob Elmer 

76. Geneseo, St Peter, Edford Twp., 

Max C. Schultz, Supply 

77. Gilman, Zion. H. J. Barth 

78- Grant Park, St Peter, Helmuth A. 
Kehle 

Green Garden-Peotone: Carl F. 
Schrupp 

79. St John, Peotone.R* D. 1 

80. St Peter, Green Garden 

81, Green view, St John, E* H. Fresen 
Harmony-Union : Arnold R. Lam- 

bartb 

82, St. John, Harmony 

S3, St, John, Union 

Hai vey-Thornton: John E. Kleffman 

84. Friedens, Thornton 

85. Peace, Harvey 

86. Highland Park, St John, Alvin C. 

Kniker 

87. Hinckley, St Paul, Louis G. Weber 

88. Hinsdale, Immanuel, Dean G. Flaas- 

m&xm 

89. St, John, Robert A. Nolte 

90. Homewood. St Paul Community, 

•Christopher Garriot 

91. Kankakee, St John, Victor E, Lang- 

horst 

92. Kewanee, Peace, Edward H. 

Til J tp If V-rt (a 

98. •Kewanee* St Peter, Geo. K. 
Fruessner 

94. Lake Zurich, St Peter, L, R. Poeachel 

95. La Mollle, St Paul, W, Joe. Schmidt 

96. La Salle, Evan, Prot, Walter KlefC- 

mann 

97. Lena, Salem, F. C, Schmidt 

98. Lincoln, St John: Vacant 

99- Lyons, St John. F. H, Krohne 
106* Manhattan, St Paul, George E, Fuchs 
101, Maywood .Calvary Community, Her¬ 
bert F. Reichert 

102* MelrOse Park, St John, W* J. Cramer 

103. Minier, St John, Wm* A. Mueller 

104. Mfnonk, St Paul, Paul Buchmueller 

105. Mokena, St. John, William J, Rle- 

mann 

Monee-Richton: Walter W. Bloesch 

106. St- Paul, Monee 

107. St. Paul, Richton 

108. Naperville* St John* M. C. Hoefer 

109. Northbrook (St. Peter), Neighbor¬ 

hood* A* H. Blzer 

North Grove-Adeline; Hans H, Kalk- 
brenner 

110. Zion, Adeline 
111* Zion* North Grove 

112. Oak Park, Oak Park Ev. Luth., F* G. 

Plepenbrok 

113. Orangeville, Grace, A, R, Felts, 

Supply 

114. Palatine, St Paul, Glenn G. Gumm 

115. Palatine* FL D. 2, St John, Peter H* 

Beecken 

116. Fapineau, Immanuel, Walter E. Maas 

117. Pearl City* R- D*, Bbenezer, Fr. 

Bemberg 


118. Pearl City, R. Ek 3, Salem, K F. 

Franz 

119. Pekin, St. Paul, Amo A. Zimmer¬ 

man n, D.D. 

120. Peoria, Immanuel, Carl W, Berger 

121. Peotone* Immanuel, E- H. Plassmann 

122. Peru, Zion* C- E. Wlerth 

123. Petersburg, St Paul, Christopher H. 

Boland 

124. Prairie View, Long Grove, Frederick 

G. Plocher 

125. Prospect Heights Community, Robert 

F. Klepper 

126* •Princeton, R. D, 3* Evan* Prot, 

Hollowayville, Armin J. Maronn 

127. River Grove, Grace* Fred J. Abele 

128. Rockford, Bethel, Edw. W. Dalhaus, 

Jr. 

129. Skokie* St Peter* Paul R. Winger 
130* Waukegan* St John, George A* Mohr 
131, West Chicago, St Michael, A. Klug 


Indiana 

132. Crown Point, St John, Paul C* 

Btoesch 

133. Dyer* Zion* Henry J. Meier 

134. Gary, First, James M. Johnson 

135. Hammond, Immanuel, Paul G. 

Schaeffer 

Ministers without Charge 

Roland R. Bach (I), Herbert J. Beecken, 
C. J. Beehlei (CbL E. W. Berlekamp 
(D), Theodore F. Bierbaum (E), H* L. 
Breitenbach (E>, Karl Buff (E), P. N. 
Crusius (D), John Dippel (D>, A* Dreu- 
sicke (E), Fred J. Drucker (I), Herman 
Eiserer (1), August Fleer (E), K, Frey- 
tag (E), Lee J* Gable (G), Joseph A 
George, D.D. (D), G* S, Gerhold (EL 
George W. Goebel (E), John Goebel (EL 
L. W. Goebel, D.D*, LLD, <D), H. E. 
Hansen (E), Albert Harward (I), Geo. 

H. Kalbfleisch* Adolph Kalkbrenner (EL 
Wm* B. Kerekes* J, C, Koenig (M), Rob¬ 
ert C. Koenig, Fred C. Kuether, Jr. (G), 
T. Lehmann, D-D*, LL.D. <D). Adolf W. 
Mallick <E), T. W. Menzel (DL H* H. 
Moeller (E), Th, W, Mueller D.D. (D), 
A. J. Munstermann (DL W. Carl Nugent 

(D) , Felix B. Peck, S.T.D. (D), Wm. F. 
Rath mann (E), Paul Repke (E), Lee D, 
Rockwell <D), Karl A, Roth (I), H. J. 
Sander (I)* Herman J. Schick, S.T.D. 

(E) , John H. Schultz (DL C, G. Stanger 
(E), Max Stommel (E), R. E. Stout (I), 
Herman Tietke (EL Robert H. Vitz (Oh), 
Verne H. Warner (ChL G. W. Webb ink 
(E), W. H. Wyler (EL 


NORTHWEST OHIO SYNOD 
Officers and Connell 

(Terms expire 1947) 

President, Rev. Henderson L, V* Shinn, 
D.D*, 2815 Fulton St, Toledo 10, Ohio; 
V fce-Fresident, Rev. Harry E. Pheiffer, 
D.D** 804 W. Jefferson St, Sandusky, 
Ohio; Secretary, Rev. Harlan J. Miller, 21 
Church St, Shelby, Ohio; Treasurer, Mr. 
Earl M* Abele, 1416 Sandusky St, San¬ 
dusky, Ohio: Lay Member* Hon. Allan G. 
Airier, 251 Euclid Ave*, Bellevue, Ohio. 

No, Location—Name of Chureh—Fastor 

Ohio 

Ada: W. H. Lahr* Supply 

1. Heidelberg* Lfma* R* D* 2 

2. St Paul, Ada 

Arch bold: Theo. J. Klaudt 

3. St. John* Archbold 

4* Zion* Stryker, R, D* 1 

5. Bascom, Union, Rudolph W, 

Blemker, D.D. 

6. Bellevue, St Paul, Walter B. Leis 

7. Bottsviile, Zion, S. L Royer, Supply 


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BloomvUie, Bioomvllle, Frank R. 
Z&rtmati 

Bluff ton: Vernon C. Opperman 
Emmanuel, Bluff ton 
St John, Bluff ton 
Bucyru®, St, John, H, A, Blum 
Bucyru s Hu rah E. Agdcola 
Emanuel, near Martel 
St. John, Whetstone Twp. 

Carr others: Paul W. Lammers 
College Hill. Bloom villa 
Grace, Chatfield 
St John, Bloomvllte 
Crestline, Calvary, Werner L- Mar* 
gard 

St Paul Independent, Crestline 
R. D. 2, W. I* Margard, Supply 
Defiance, St John, Alfred Grether 
Delaware, First, Marion C, Harrison 
EUIston, Trinity, Leonard F, Weigel 
Elmore, St, John, C. Ralph Schmidt 
Fireside-Hunt's Corners; David A. 
Sellers 

Zion, Fireside 
Zoar, Hunt*® Corner® 

Ft Loramie, Emmanuel, Lewi® G, 
Fritz 

Ft Seneca, Ft Seneca, Valentine 
Halnen, Supply 

Fostoria, First, Stanley L. Fritz 
Fostoria-Findlay: Harold L. Konz 
First, Findlay 
St. John, Fostoria 

Fremont, First, George C. Waymap 
Gallon, First, Ruben R. Elllker 
Gallon Rural; Wallace W. Foust, 
D.D., Supply 
Emanuel, Gallon, R.D. 

Peace, Gallon, R. 2 
Ganges, Community, Harlan J, Miller 
Genoa, St John, Paul O. David 
Haskins, Federated, O. E. Miller 
Henrietta-MlUwahga; Robert P. 

Beck 

Henrietta, Huron, R, D, 2 
Mttiwanga. Mitiwanga 
HeasviUe, Grace; Vacant 
Holgate, R, 1, St John, Otto Stock- 
meier 

Kenton : Joel C. Krumlauf 
First, Kenton 
Salem, Kenton, R. 1 
Kenton: Herbert E. Ffister 
St. John, Kenton 
•St Peter, Go®hen Twp, 
•Kettleraville, Immanuel, George 
DIehm 

Liberty Center, St. John; Vacant 
Lima* Calvary, Earl E. Engle 
First, Paul H. Graeser 
Lytton, Zion. Charles I. Lau 
Mansfield, St John, P. H. Saleste, 
Ph.D. 

Mansfield, St Peter, Lexington, Sup¬ 
plied by Rev. F, E, Powell 
Marion, First. E, H. Wierth 
Salem, B. C. Klutey 
McCutchenviHe, Trinity, Wm. F. 
Kissel 

Millbury, St Peter, Richard C. 
Heintz 

New Bavaria, Emanuel, Otto H, 
Scherry 

New Bremen, St. Paul. J. C, Melchert 
St- Peter, Theo. G. Papsdorf 
Zion, L G, Fritz 

New Knoxville, First D. A. Bode, 
D-D. 

Oak Harbor, St Paul, Otto C. 
Doenges 

Payne, St. Jacob, N. E. Vitz 
Prospect: Edgar W. Guinther 
Emanuel, near Green Camp 
Zion. Prospe'ct 
Republic, Union, E. C. Suit 
Rockford, R* D. p St Paul, H. C. 
Ahrem 


67* *St Marys. St Paul, John L* 
Schmidt 

68. Sandusky, Emmanuel, Edward W. 

Bruce eke 

69. First, Arthur R. Von Gruenlgen 
Sandusky-Oxford Twp.: Harry E- 

Pheiffer, D.D. 

70. St John. Oxford Twp. 

71. St Stephen, Sandusky 

72. Shelby, First Harlan J. Miller 

1 3* Sherwood, Zion, Alfred Grether 

74, Sidney. St Paul, R. Wobua 

75, Spencerville, First Federated, Samuel 

Ramaker 

76, Sulphur Springs, Hope, J, Theo. 

Bucher 

77* Sycamore, Sycamore, Charles F. 

Brouse 

78. Tiffin, St. John. Lynn B. Tschudy 

79, Second, David R. Raiser 
39. Trinity: Vacant 

81. Tiffln, R, 4, St Jacob, Adam® Twp,. 
E. C. Suit 

32, Toledo, First: Vacant 

83. Grace, Henderson L- V, Shinn, D.D. 

84. Memorial, C. Kent Chidcster 

85* St. Paul, Ralph W. Heller 

86. Salem, C. T Roeck 

87* Upper Sandusky, Trinity, H, C, 
Kellermeyer 

88, Upper Sandusky, R. D„ Emanuel, F. 

W. Hoffman, D.D. 

89, Van Wert, St Peter, Victor P, Wier- 

wllle 

Van Wert Rural: F. H, Graeper 
90* St John, Convoy 

91. St Paul, Harrison Twp. 

Vermilion; Norman S. Greenawalt 

92. Brownhelm. Brownhelm 

23. First, Vermilion 

Waldo: Henry N. Doerre® 

94. St. John, Richland Twp. 

95. St. Joseph, Waldo 

96. Wapakoneta, St Paul, Richard J. 

Loew 

Minister® without Charge 

A* H. Achterman (Ch), Otto F. Arto- 
poeu® (M), Reginald L Barr (G), E, A. 
Beck (ML Karl H. Beck (ML Cha®. W. 
Brugh <E), D. Rurghalter, D.D. (EL 
H- H. Ca&selman. D.D, <DL S. Egger 
(E), Martin W, Flatter, Nevin C. Harner, 
Ph.D., D.D. (D), Theo. F, H. Hilgeman 
(M) (D), Clarence E, Jo&ephson. D.D. 

(I), Henry J. Juergens (E). H. R. 
Krelder, Ph.D. (E>, Wm. H, Lahr (EL 
Edward E. Narragon (EL Charles M. 
Prugh, Th.D. CDL Solomon I. Royer (EL 
Albert C. Shuman. D.D, (E). John J. 
Vogt (EL J. F. Vomholt (EL Harold E. 
Weber (I), Licentiate: E. Earle Stibitz. 

NORTH WISCONSIN SYNOD 
OiTccw and Connell 

(Terms expire 1947) 

President, Rev. Elmer C. Jab erg, 1604 
N. 16th St. Sheboygan 5, Wis,; Vice- 
President, Rev, W* H. Ortwein, 1406 
Grand Ave., Wausau, Wis.; Secretary, 
Rev. Roland D. Kley, 514 School St, 
Kohler, Wis,: Treasurer, Rev, August 
Grollmus, Black Creek, Wis.; Lay Mem¬ 
ber, Mr. Rudie H. Mueller, 1601 N, 6th 
St, Sheboygan, Wis. 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Wisconsin, 

Alma: John B. Wild 

1. L Hope, Cochrane 

2. St Luke's. Tell 

3. St. Paul. Alma 

4 . Antigo, Unity. Edward A. Mayer 

5. Appleton. St. John, Andrew Guenther 
Athens-Milan; H- H. Heutzenroeder 

6. Christ Athene 

7. St John, Milan 






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Bethel-Schleswig: Chaa* H, Reppert 
Bethel, Town Herman II, Elkhart 
Lake* R* 1 

Bethlehem, Schleswig, Kiel, R, 1 
Black Creek-Cicero; August Groll- 
mua 

SL John, Black Creek 
St. John, Cicero Twp. 

Brill ion-Reeds vi 11 e: Marvin P* Leh¬ 
mann 

Friedens, BrlHion 
Friedens, Reedsvllle 
Cecil, St* John, Alfred W* Klumb, 
Supply 

Chilton,. Ebenezer, Orval Egbert 
Cleveland, R. D. 1, St, Paul* Town 
Mosel, Wm. C. Beckmann 
Colby-Curtiss; Robert G, Leonhardt 
First, Colby 
Peace, Curtiss 

Elkhart Lake, Community* Paul A* 

Olm 

Elkhart Lake, R. D., St. John, Town 
Herman, W. G* Schultz 
Elkhart Lake, R. D* 2, St. Paul, 
Town Russell, Karl J. Ernst, 
Fh-D. 

Elkhart Lake, R. D. 2, St* Peter, 
Town Rhine, F* Thomas 
Fall Creek, Peace, George W. Hoh- 


Fond du Lac, Peace, Kart Koehler 
Fond du Lac, R, R* 2, Bethel* Karl 
Koehler 

Fountain City-Eagle Valley: Melvin 
C* Wi truer 

Immanuel, Eagle Valley 
St* John, Fountain City 
Fremont-Dale; Herman Lehman 
Hope, Fremont 
Zion, Dale 

Green Bay, First, Edward J* Bu^se 
Greenwood: B. M. Fresenborg 
Salem* Town Longwood 
Zion* Greenwood 

Greenwood. R* D* 2, Immanuel* J. C. 
Klingeberger 

Bethany,Town Hoard, B* M. 
Fresenborg, Supply 
Humbird: George W. Hohmarin 
Immanuel* Black River Falls 
St- John, Humbird 
Kaukauna, Immanuel, John Schefb 
Kiel* St. Peter, E. L. Worthman, D.D, 
Kohler, Grace, Roland D* Kley 
Malone. R* D. l f St* Paul, P* O* 
Clansaen 

Manitowoc, First, A* C. Fischer 
St. John* Paul H* Blau fuss 
Manitowoc* R* D* 3, Salem Ebeneaer. 

K* J. Stuebbi, D.D* 

Mari nette-Menomi nee: E* J. Elshoff 
Peace t Mari nettc 
Trinity, Menominee (Mich.) 
Medford-Dorchester: Vacant 
Community* Medford 
Peace, Dorchester 
Merrill, St. Stephen, Walter W. 
Vogetmann 

Merrill* R* D* 4, St* Paul* Walter O. 
Vogel matm 

Mosel-Meeting: Carl G. Schmahl 
•St. James, Town Meeme 
St. Mark's, Town Mosel 
Neenah, Immanuel Evan. Luth., Otto 
J. Scheib 

Neillsville, W'innebago Indian Mis¬ 
sion, Black River Falls. Beni 
Stucki 

Zion. N* J. Dechant 
New Holstein* St. John, John R. 
Seidler 

Newton, St. John, Supplied 
Oconto-Porterfield: Victor O. Gross- 
hueech 

First, Porterfield 
St Paul. Oconto 


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Oshkosh, St. Paul. Theodore Irion 
Oshkosh: Edwin Becker 
Emmanuel, Oshkosh 
New Bethel* Oshkosh* R, 2 
Oshk oah-B1 ack wolf: Vaeant 
First, Oshkosh 
New Elm, Blackwolf 
Plymouth, Salem, Herman G. Schmid 
Zoar, Otto Saewert 
Plymouth, R* R. 1* Salem, Town She¬ 
boygan Falls* O. A. Menke 
Plymouth, R* R. 3, Immanuel* Town 
Herman* C* L* Schmidt 
Potter, Peace* Theophilus Blaufuss 
Rice Lake, Zwingli: Supplied 
•Rfpon* First, E. Sell icier 
Schofield, Peace, Carl Nagel 
Shawano, Peace, Alfred W. Klumb 
Sheboygan* Ebenezer, Elmer C* 

Jaberg 

St. John* E* R* Krueger 
SL Paul, C, O* Schroer 
Zion, E* H. Wessier* D*D. 
Sheboygan Falla, R. 1* Saron* A. 

George Schmid 
Stevens Point, Peace;Vacant 
Stratford-Marshfield: Paul H, G* Olm 
Ebenezer, Stratford, R. R, 2 
St* Paul, Marshfield 
Wausau* Grace, J tiling C* Rosen a u 
St. Paul* W* H* Ortwein 
Wisconsin Raplds-Arpln; G. P. 
Ronicke 
SL John* Arp in 
SL John* Wisconsin Rapids 


ministers without Charge 

ML P, Albrecht (M). John M. Bauer 
(E). Joseph Bauer* Ph.D. (D), Hanoid 
M* Burt, Carl F* Dahn (E>, E. H, Fled- 
derjohn* D*D. (D), Josias Friedli* D.D* 
(D>* Alvin Grether (D), Paul Gross- 
huesch, D.D* (D), August E. Hammann 
CEL Caleb Hauser (E), Louis C. Hessert* 
D.D. fD) E* G. Krampe, D.D* (E)* Her¬ 
man P* Ley (D), Gustav C* Meininger 
(I). G* E* Pauloweit (E), A* C. Flapper* 
(E), Adolph Ruehiman <E), Richard 
Schmitz (Chi* George A. Schultz, H. T. 
Vricsen, Mitchell White rabbit (Ch). 
George E. Wolfe* Licentiates: Alvin 
Stacy, R* Stuebbe* 

PACIFIC NORTHWEST SYNOD 

OiYlcera mid Council 

(Terms expire 1947) 

President, Rev. William H. Ruhl, 6021 
S* E. £7th Ave., Portland 6, Oregon; Vice- 
President* Rev* Albert F. Lttnkaemper, 
346 N* 4th Ave*. Payette. Idaho: Secre¬ 
tary, Rev* Theodore H* Van Dyck, 6514 
12th Ave., N.W*. Seattle 7. Wash.: Treas¬ 
urer, Mr* E* Bauman. 5216 N. E. 60th 
Ave., Portland 3, Oregon; Lay Member* 
Mr, J. D* Frank, 201 Malcolm St., Walla 
Walla, Wash. 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Idaho 

1. Paul, Salem, Wm* Werner 

2* Payette* St* John, A. F* Llenkaemper 

3* Sugar City* SL Paul, Win, Werner 

Oregon 

4* Gresham, Zion* William H. Ruhl 

5* Hillsboro, R* 1, Emanuel, Supplied 

6. Hillsdale, Hillsdale: Vacant 

7. Meridian, nr Wilsonville, C. F. Howe 

8. Portland, First, C, W. H, Sauerwein 

9* SL John, C. F* Howe 

IQ* St. Paul; Vacant * 

11* Second, Geo* F* Zinn 

12* Third, William H. Ruhl 

13* Salem, Bethany, Frederic F* Qtt 
14* Tillamook, SL John, Alex W* Ggston 


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15. Everett, Zion, E. J. Becker 

16. Quincy, Ebenezer, Otto W. Schroedel 

17. Seattle, Broadview, Lee W, Lynne, 
Supply 

St Paul, Tbeo. H. Van Dyck 
Tacoma, Emmanuel Ev. Luth., E, 
Tischhauser 

Toppenlsh, Zion Evan. Luth., Cbas, 
Warber, Supply 
21, Walla Walla, Friedens, E. K. 
Schmidt, Supply 


Minister* without Charge 

Wilson B. DeChant (Ch), John Egger 
(EL G. Hafner (E>, Chas. Hoffman (EL 
Paul dueling (D), E. A. Kielsmeier (E), 
C. C. Lienkaemper (E), W. G. Lien- 
k&emper, D.D, {E) ( Franz Gppermann 
(E), Karl Pfeiffer (E), Ernst Stelzig 
(E>, A. E. Wysa (I), 


PHILADELPHIA SYNOD 

Otlcers and Council 

(Terms expire 1947) 

President, Rev. Cyrus T. Glessner, 1009 
W. Marshall St. Norristown, Pa.; Vice- 
President, Rev, James W, Bright 118 W. 
Fornance St, Norristown, Pa-; Secretary, 
Rev, Jerome A. Wanner, 8042 Michener 
St., Philadelphia 19, Pa.; Treasurer, Mr, 
A. Calvin Frantz, £20 Rosemore Ave., 
Glenside, Pa.; Lay Member, Dr. Walter 
L. Qboid, 647 Kathmere Road, Brookline, 
Havertown, Pa, 

No, Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Pennsylvania 

Anselma-Liohville: George I* Hart- 
lng 

1. St. Matthew, Anselma 

£. St Paul, Lion vllle 

2. Blue Bell, Boehm, John J. Stoudt, 

Ph.D. 

4. Collegeville, Trinity, Alfred J, 
Creager 

6. Doylestown, Salem, Charles F. Free¬ 
man, D.D, 

6. Eureka, Pleasantvllie, Alfred C. Bar¬ 

tholomew 

7. Fort Washington, St Paul, George A, 

Smith 

8. Glenside, Glenside, Edwin C. Nagle 

9. Hatfield, Heidelberg, Walter R. Clark 

10. Havertown, St James, Dale E. 

Boyer 

Hilltown; John E. Wildasin 

11. St Luke, Dublin 

12. St Peter, Fricks 

12. Indian Creek, Christ Warren A. 
Breisch 

14. Kellers Church, Solomon's, Thomas 

M. K reset ey 

15. Knauertown, St. Peter, Ethelberi B. 

Yost, Supply 

16. Lanedale, St John, Harold O. Baer 
Linfleld-Shenkel: Alton P. Albright 

17- Lin field, Llnfield 

18. Shenkel, Pottstown, R, D. 2 
Nockamixon-Tlnicum: Roger L 

Koehler 

19. St Luke, Femdale 

20. Lower Ttnicum, Tinlcum 

21. Upper Tinlcum. Erwlnna 

22. Norristown, Ascension, James W. 

Bright 

22. Christ, Cyrus T. Glessner 

24. Trinity, wilmer H. Long 

25. North Wales, St Luke, John M. 

Herzog 

26. Perkasie, St Stephen, Howard Obold, 

D.D. 

27. Philadelphia, Bethany, Fox Chase, 

Philip W. Weiss 

28. Bethlehem, William S. Kehl 

29. Calvary, J, Kenneth Kohler 


20. Christ; Vacant 

31. Emanuel, Bridesburg, Victor Stein¬ 

berg 

32. Emanuel, West Philadelphia: 

Vacant 

33- Faith, William R. Shaffer 

34. First; Vacant 

35. Grace, Bertram M. Werkheiser 

36. Heidelberg, John C. Heater 

37. Karmel, William G. Weiss 

38. Messiah, George M. Smith 

39. Mount Hermon, Dewees F. Slngley 

40. Oak Lane, Clement W. DeChant 

41. Olivet, George A. Shu Its 

42. Palatinate, Charles O. Leibig. Jr. 

43. St Andrew, B. N, Spink 

44. St. John, August Piscator 

45. St Luke, August W. Klingner 

46- St. Mark, Norman C, Dittes 

47. St Matthew, Fritz Chartron 

48. St Paul: Vacant 

49. Salem-Zion, Walter E. Reifsnyder, 

Ph.D. 

50. Tabor, Charles D. Rockel, D.D, 

51. Trinity, George E. Dilllnger 

52. Woodcrest, Jerome A Wenner 
Phoenixvllle-Stowe Hungarian: 

Vacant 

53. Phoenixvllle, Hungarian 

54. Stowe, Hungarian 

56. Phoenix vllle, St. John, A. A. Hart¬ 
man 

56. Phoenixvilie, R. D. 2, East Vincent, 

R. F. Brill hart 

57. Pike land, St Peter, R. F. Brillhart, 

Supply 

Pottstown 

St. PautSt John: Vacant 

58. St John, Pottstown 

39. St. Paul, Stowe 

60. Trinity, John B. Frantz 

61. Zion, Howard A. Kosman 

62. Quaker town, First, Paul T. Stoudt 

63. Royersford, First, Franklin P. Watts 
St Vincent: Vacant 

64. St. Paul, Pottstown 

65. St. Vincent, Spring City, R, D. 

66. SellersvlUe, St Paul, James R. 

Shepley 

67. Skippack, Trinity, Carl G. Petri, D.D. 
63. Souderton, Zwingii, Alfred M. Rahn 

69. Spring City, First, Raymond E, 

Wilhelm, D.D. 

70. Spring City, R. D., Brownbacks, 

Lloyd J. Sandt 

Springfield: George E. Herbert 

71. St John, Rich land town 

72. Trinity, Pleasant Valley 
Telford: George W. Spotts 

73. Immanuel, nr Souderton 

74. Trinity, Telford 
Tohickon; S, E. Moyer 

75. St, Andrew, So, Perkasie 

76. St. Peter, Welsel 

77. Trappe, St Luke, Arthur C, Ohl 
Trumbauersville; Wilbur E, Trexler 

78. Christ, Trumbauersviile 

79. Jerusalem, Almont 

SO. Ridge Valley, Argus 

81. Wyndmoor, St. Mark: Vacant 


Ministers without Charge 

John F. Bair (B), Walter K. Beattie 
(I), H. A. I. Benner (E), Sllaa P. Bittner, 
Th.D.. D.D, {D), Robert D. Brodt (DL 
William H, Daniels (M), Wm. F, DeLong, 
D.D. (E), Herbert Dumstrey (Ch), Dobbs 
F, Ehlman, Ph-D. <D), Edwin N. Faye, 
Jr, (Ch), Harry F. Fenstermacher <Ch>, 
Franklin H. Fischer, D.D. (E), F, A 
Goetsch* D.D., LlttD. (D), Eugene A. 
Grau (M), Gustav A- Haack (E), H. H, 
Hartman. D.D. <E), Ralph E, Hartman, 
D.D., Chas. E. Hess (G), Geo. Kern {E J, 
W. Sherman Kerschner, D.D. (D), Imre 
Kovacs (I), Wm. E. Lampe, Ph.D., LL.D., 
D.D. (D), John Lentz, D.D. (B), Wilbert 
R. Lesser, J. N. LeVan, D.D., LlttD. (D), 


« 129 » 



Henry G. Maeder, Fh.D. r K. L* McLean, 
D.D. (E), J* O. Herbert Meyer (I), Law¬ 
rence C, T. Miller, D.D* (D) p Ernest W. 
Moyer, Albert C. Nuessle (I), Charles 
Peters, Fh.D. (I), John H. Foorman (D), 
Clayton H. Ranck (D)* Herbert L* Bice 
(Oh), Linden H* Rice (I), O. 1 Rumpf 
CD), Maurice Samson, DvD. <E)* Chas. E. 
Schaeffer, D.D., S.T.D. (D), Edward L*. 
Schlingman CD), Charles W. Schwantes 
(D), Franklin L Sheeder, D.D. (D), XL O. 
Si Ivina, D.D. (E), Samuel P. Stauffer 
<B), J. Rauch Stein, D.D. <E)« Paul V. 
Taylor, Fh.D., D.D. (Ml, Ernest E* 
Weaver (E>, Ralph S* Weller, D.D. CD), 
Fred D, Wentzel, D.D. (D), Walter J. 
Yin gat (I), Ethelbert E* Yost. Licenti¬ 
ates: Alfred W, McLeese* Geo. W. Wald* 
ner. 

PITTS BURGH SYNOD 
Officers and Connell 

(Terms expire 1947) 

President, Rev. Emory M, Dietrich, 40S 
Main SL, Irwin, Pa.; Vice-President, Rev. 
Frank Htack, 211 W. North St., Butler, 
Pa.; Secretary, Rev. William S. Fisher, 
Delmont Pa.; Treasurer, Rev. C, George 
Shupe, 104 E. Green St, ConnellsviUe, 
Pa,; Lay Member, Prof. James Hughes, 
313 Foster Place, Greensburg, Pa. 

No. Location—Ns me of Church—Pastor 

Maryland 

1. Cumberland, St. Mark, Carl H, Clapp 

2. Zion, F. D. Oberkircher 

3. Frostburg, Salem, George I* Wehler 

4. Zion, Walter D, Mehrllng 

Pennsylvania 

5. Alverton, Zion: Vacant 

6. Apollo, First, Joseph J, Gilbert 
Beam: R. Ira Gass 

7. Beam, near Jennerstown 

S. St Paul, Boswell 

9, St, Peter, Edie 

10. Trinity, Jennerstown 
Beaver: Roy L. Frazier 

11. St Mark* Monroe 

12. St Paul, Knox, R* R* 

13. Berlin, Trinity, Herman C- Snyder 

14. Braddock, St. Luke, Herman J. 

Helfrich 

15. Butler, Bethany* Frank Hiack 

16. St. Paul, Harvey T. doodling 
Cochran ton: Leo D, Horn 

17. St. John, Deckards 

IS. St. Mark, E. Fairfield 

19. Zion. McDaniels 

20. Cochranton, Trinity, Fairfield Twp** 

L. D. Horn, Supply 

21. Cormell&ville, Trinity, C, George 

Shupe 

22. Darlington, St John, D. Gress* 

Supply 

Delmont: Joseph M. Steinert 

23. Grace, Salem Twp. 

24. Trinity, Delmont 
Denmark*Manor-Harrison City: J. O. 

Gilbert 

£5. Denmark-Manor, near Harrison 
City 

26. First, Harrison City 

27* Derry, St Paul: Vacant 

28. Dorseyvllle, Trinity, Irvin F. Kracke 
Du Bofs: Howard W, Walenta 

29. Emanuel* Boon's Mountain 

SO, St Luke, Luthersburg 

31. St Peter, Du Bois 
Duquesne-Homestead: Nelson H. 

Andres 

32. Grace, Duquesne 

33. First, Homestead 

34. Ell wood City, Immanuel, Victor A. 

Ruth 

35. Evans City, St John, Robert L. 

Reiser 


36. Export Emmanuel, H. A. Robb 

37, Olive, Murrysville, H* A, Robb, 

Supply 

Fairview: C. I* Bash, Supplj* 

2S. St John, Chicora 

39* St Peter, Fairview 

Glade: Arthur J. Miller 

40, Glade. Berlin, It 1 

41. St John, Shanksvllle 

42. St Luke, Berlin* ft 5 

43. Trinity, Berlin, R* 1 

44, Greensburg, First, Charles R, Zweizig 

45, Third* Samuel E. Lobach 

46, Trinity* R. D- 1, Old Stanton 

47. Trinity, Paul Reid Pontius, D.D. 

43, Greenville, Zion, Paul C. Shumaker 

49, Harmony. Grace, Loran W. Vieth 

50, Holsopple, Christ, Supplied 
Hytidman-Wellersburg; John R. 

Bucher 

51, First, Hyndman 

52* Redeemer, Ellerelie (Md.) 

53. St John, Corriganvllle (Md.) 

54. Zion, Wellersburg 

55. Irwin, First, E. M. Dietrich 

56. Jeannette, Grace, George P. Kehl 

57. Johnstown, St John, George T* Fitz 
5S. St. Paul, Albert M. Wright 

Kittanning: Howard F. Loch 
59. St Luke, Kittanning 
GO. Mount Union, Mt Union 

61. Larimer, St. John, Robert F. Harting 

62. Latrobe, Christ, Harvey W. Black 
Manor-Brush Creek: C. L. VoM 

63. Brush Creek, Hempfield Twp, 

64. First, Manor 

65. McKeesport, First, H. C- Musser 

66. First Hungarian: Vacant 

67. MeadviUe, St, Paul: Vacant 

68. Zion, L. R* Moessner 

69. Meyersdale, Amity* Nelson C. Brown 

70. Middle Lancaster* St Peter's, Loran* 

W, Vieth, Supply 

71. MLUvale, First, John H. Shope 
Mount Pleasan t: Marvin E. Heath 

72. First, Mt, Pleasant 

73. St John Mt Pleasant Twp. 

74. New Kensington, Trinity, R. Vincent 

Hartman 

Olivet: G, Raymond Winters 

75. St, John, near Meridian 

76. St. Paul, Connoquenessing 
Paradise: Walter L. Schacbt 

77. Paradise, ReynoldsvJlle, R* D. 3 

78. Trinity, Troutville 
Paradise: Ira S, Monn 

79. St. John, Salisbury 

80. Trinity, Grantsville (Md.), R, F* D, 

81. Pitcairn, First, B. J. Naflzinger 
Pittsburgh 

82* Ascension, Henry L. Krause 

83. Grace, Karl A, Stein, D.D* 

84. Mount Troy, Charles A. Ittel 

85* St Mark, J. Grant Walter 

86. *St. Paul G'E"), Oscar 0, Hempel- 

man 

87. St Paul rR"), Supplied 

88. St* Peter, P, Ben thin 

89. *St. Peter Evan. Luth,, E. H, 

Bassler 

90. St Peter, J, N. Bethunc 
Pleasant Unity; A. H* K. Hoshauer 

91. St Luke, Pleasant Unitv 

92. St Paul* Trauger 

93. Funxsutawney* st Peter* M, N. 

George 

Pymatunlng: Eli R* Fabian 

94. St Mark* New Hamburg 

95. Zion, Transfer 
Red Bank: Vacant 

96. Kevin Memorial, Frogtown 

97. St John, Sprankle Mills 

98. Trinity, Alcola 

99. Ridgway, Evan, and Reformed* Ira 

R, Harkins 

Rimersburg: Horace R* Lequear 

100. Grace, Curllsville 

101. Jerusalem* Rlmersburg 


m 130 * 


102 . 

103 , 


104. 

105. 

106* 

107. 

103. 

103. 

110 . 

111, 

112 . 

113. 

114. 

115. 

110 . 


117, 

118. 


113. 

120 . 


121 . 
12 2 . 

123. 

124. 

125. 

126. 

127. 

128. 
123. 
130. 


131, 

132, 


133. 

134. 

135. 

133. 

137, 

138. 


133. 

140. 

141. 

142. 


14S. 

144. 

145. 

146. 

147. 

148. 
143. 
150. 


St. Luke, Mew Bethlehem, ft. D. 
Rockwell, Trinity: Vacant 
Buffs Dale-New Stanton: Alvin B, 
Master 

Christ, Ruffs Dele 
SL Luke, New Stanton 
St. Petersburg 1 : John A. Borger 
St John, Emlenton 
St Peter, St. Petersburg 
Salem, Lamartine 
Salem r Raymond C. Strine 
Belknap. Dayton 
Bddyvitle, Eddyville 
Salem, near Yatesboro 
Salina, Salina, Donald C, Book 
Scottdale, Trinity, George E. Iliff 
Sharon, St Paul, J. H. Reese 
Sharpsburg, St. John, Robert C, 
Steele 

Sharpsville, Grace, Robert E, Dickey, 
Jr. 

Shenango: J* Miles Walthour 
Jerusalem, otter Creek Twp. 

St John, Fredonla 
Somerset: George L. Roth, D.D. 

St Paul, Somerset 
Salem, Lavansville 
South Bend: Clarence B. Hower, 
Supply 

St. Jacob's, South Bend 
St Paul, Rural Valley, R. D. 

St, Thomas, Gas town 
Stoystown: James S. Carr 
Friedens, Friedens 
ML Tabor, Stoystown, R. D. 

St. Paul, Stoystown 
Sugar Creek: Vacant 
St. Paul, ChJcora, R. D. 1 
Trinity, Brady's Bend 
Titusville, St Paul, Wm. H. Cogley 
Turtle Creek, Calvary, Loy C. 
Gobrecht 

Vandergrift-Pine Run: C. H. Kich- 
line 

First, Vandergrift 
Pine Run, Washington Twp. 
Watson Run: James Cameron, 


St, John* Union Twp. 

Watson Run, Vernon Twp. 

Mercy, Saegerstown 
Wilhelm : George K. Ely 
St John, Grantsville (Md.) 

St- Paul, Meyersdale, R. D. 1 
Wilkinsburg, Trinity, E. Roy Gor¬ 
man, D.D. 

Wills Creek; J. E. Gindlesperger 
Glencoe, Glencoe 
Grace, Sand Patch 
ML Lebanon* Mt. Lebanon 
St, Mark, Meyersdale* R, 3 
Youngwood-Harrold's: Frank F. 
Fischer 

First, Youngwood 
St, John, Harrold's 
Yukon-Seanors: 

SeanorS, R. D„ New Stanton, J. F, 
Painter, Supply 
Yukon, Yukon, George E, Iliff, 
Supply 

Zelienople, St Peter, H, L. Logsdon 
Zion: Frank D. Witmer 
Grace, Garrett 
Mt. Zion, Berlin, R, D, 

SL Paul, Berlin, R. D. 

Ministers without Charge 


rauai \ J4S j i it iiiiftin kj* J 1 iQiivi p *» miam a 1 ■ 

Glnder (I), J. C. Gles&ner (ML Daniel 
Gross (Eh Alfred J. Herman (D), Clar- 
ence B, Hower, Ralph Johnson (E), Nor¬ 
man G. Kehrli <G>, Frank L, Kerr (E) t 
William H. Kerachner <E), Hugh D. Max¬ 
well (I), Jacob F, Painter (I), Sarkis 
Papajian (G), Paul B. Rupp, D.D, (Chh 
M. G. Schucker (I), D. Snider Stephan, 
D.D. (E), V- J. Tingler (E), A. W. Von 


Kaske (I). Edwin R. Weldler (Ch), L. N. 
Wilson (I), John A. Yount (I), 


POTOMAC SYNOD 


Officer& and Council 

(Terms expire 1947) 

President, Rev, John L. Barnhart, D.D*, 
3403 Edge wood Road, Baltimore 15, Md,: 
Vice-President, Rev. Edgar F. Hoffmeier, 
D.D., Walkersville, Md.; Secretary, Rev. 
Norman L. Horn, 3000 Iona Terrace, 
Baltimore 14. Md .; Treasurer, Mr. H. W. 
Schultheis* 800 Baltimore Life Bldg., 
Baltimore I, Md.: Lay Member, Mr. 
Frank K. Sazarna, R. 3, Annapolis, Md. 
No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 


District of Columbia 

Washington 

1* Concordia, Charles Enders, D.D, 

2, Union, Ardmore (Md.) 

3. First, F, Nelsen Schlegel 

4 Grace, Calvin H. Wingert, D.D. 

Maryland 

5. Annapolis, SL Martin, Homer W. 

Koch, Jr* 

6. Baltimore, Bethel, W, R, Strletel- 

meier 

7. Christ, John S, Hollenbach 

8. Faith, Harvey M. Light 

9. First and SL Stephen, Henry A, W* 

Schaeffer 

10. First United, C, T, Schaefer 

11. Friedens Evan, Luth., Manfred 

Manrodt 

12. Grace, Paul Nagy, Jr. ■ 

13. Huber Memorial, Erwin H. Buene- 

man 

14. Immanuel, Julius F* Grauel 

15. Messiah, Charles S. Hartman 

16* Messiah, Evan. Luth., Woodlawn, 
Harvey S. Shue 

17* Morrell Park Evan. Luth., John 
David Kehoe 

18. St. John Concordia Ev* Luth., E* J. 
F, Dettbarn 

19* SL John Evan. Luth., W. H* Koch- 
heim 

20. St. Luke Evan. Luth., Paul G. 

Gabier 

21. SL Mark, John R, T. Hedeman 

22. SL Matthew Ev. Luth., Gottlieb 

j hsjhTi ths Iay 

23. St- Paul* J. Arthur Geschwind 

24. Third, Addison H. Groff 

25. Trinity, Claude Talmage King 

26. United, Titus Lehmann, 

27. United Church of SL Luke and SL 

John, Francis A, Leiby 

28. Zion, Norman L* Horn 

29. *Zion Evan,, Stemmer's Bun, John 

W. Sehauer, Sr. 

Boonsboro-ML Modah: Paul V. 
Helm, Jr, 

30. Christ, Sharpsburg 

31. Mt, Moriah, near Downs ville 

32. Mt* Vernon, Keedysville 

33. Trinity, Boonsboro 

34. Cambridge, Immanuel, Theodore F. 

Fischer 

Carroll: J, Keller Brantley 

35. Benjamin, Westminster, R, D. 2 

36. Jerusalem, Westminster, R. D. 2 

37. SL Matthew, Westminster, R. D. 2 
Cavetown: J. Odell Zechraan 

38. Christ, Cavetown 

33, SL James, Wolfsville 

40. Christ, Funks town 
Clearspring: J. W. Huffman 

41. SL John, Clearspring 

42. St. Paul, Clearspring, R. D, 

43. Emmitsburg, Incarnation, Edmund P. 

Welker 

44* Frederick, Evangelical, Paul L, Alt- 
house 

45. Grace: Vacant 


* 131 * 


Glade: Edgar F* Hottmeler* B,D. 

46* Glade, Walkers vtlle 
47* St. John, Woodsboro 
Hagerstown 

4$. Christ F s* Franklin D. Eyster and 

Gordon H, Sperry 

49. Salem* R. 4 

50. Zion* Scott R, Wagner, D.D* 
Jefferson ; Edwin I* Werner 

51. Jefferson* Jefferson 

52* Mt Zion* Feagavilla 

Manchester: Alton M. Leister 
59. Lazarus. Lineboro 
54. St, Mark* Snydersburg 
65* Trinity. Manchester 

Manor: Morgan R. W. Andreas 
56. St. John* Buckeystown 
67. Trinity* Adamstown 

Mtddletown-BurkUtsviUe: Philip B. 
Saylor 

65- Christ, Middletown 

59. Resurrection, Bui kittsvllle 
ML Pleasant: vacant 

60. Grace* Trinity, near Pearl* M. R* 

Andreas, Supply 

61* Mt. Pleasant* Frederick* R. 1, 
Merle F. Sol Linger* Supply 

62. Phoenix* First (Jacksonville)* H, A. 

W, Schaeffer 

63. Ridgely* St. Paul: Vacant 
Sabi 1 lasvllle: Vacant 

64. SL Jacob's* Fairfield* Pa.* R 1 

65. SL John, Sabiliasville 

66* St. Stephen, Highfleld 

67. Silver Run, SL Mary, jA* E, Shen- 
berger 

Taney town: Guy P. Rready 
6S* Grace, Keysville 

69. Grace, Taney town 
Thurmont: William H* Groff 

70, Apple's* near Thurmont 

71* Mt. Tabor, Rocky Ridge 
72, Trinity, Thurmont 

78. Tyrone, Emmanuel (Baust), M. 8. 
Reifsnyder* 3*T*D. 

Utica: Merle F. Sollinger 

74. Grace, Pleasant Hill 

75. SL Paul, Utica 

76. Zion, Charlesvilie 

77. Westminster* St, Paul* J, Edmund 

Lippy 


Virginia 

78. Arlington, Bethel* Lee A* Feeler, D.D* 
Edinburg: W. H. Bowers, Supply 
79* Christ, Conlcville 
SO* St. John* Edinburg 

81. St* Paul, Edinburg 

82. Harrisonburg, St Stephen, Lawrence 

N. Strunk 

Harrisville: H. A. Behrens 
S3. Emmanuel, Fishers Hill 
84. St. John* Toms Brook 

Lovettsvtlle-B runs wick : Noah H. 
Fravei 

854 First* Brunswick <Md.) 

86. SL James, Lovettsville 

87. Middiebrook, SL John, Wm, S* Ger¬ 

hard 

Mt, Crawford: Vacant 
88* St, Andrew, Weyers Cave 

89- SL Paul* Rockland Mills 

90. Trinity* Mt. Crawford 

91. Richmond* SL John Ev. Luth.* 

Arthur W. Newell 

92. Roanoke, St, Paul* Elmer Leiphart 
Rockingham : Lee O. Carbaugh 

93. Brown Memorial, McGaheysville 

94. Frledens, ML Crawford 
95* SL Michaels* Bridgewater 

Timberville-Mill Creek : OUn B. 
Michael* S-T.D. 

96, Emmanuel* ML Jackson 

97, Grace, Mt. Jackson* R, D. 

98* SL John* Mt. Jackson, R. D. 

99. 1 SL Luke, Timberville, R. B. 

190, Trinity* TlmbervlUe 


101. Winchester* Centenary* Stephen L. ' 

Flick Inger, B.D. 

Woodstock: 

102. Ml Calvary, R, F. D.* Woodstock 

103. SL Paul, Woodstock 

Weal Virginia 

104. Martinsburg, Christ A, Gluck* D.D. 
Shepherds tow n: Donald M. Danner 

105. Christ, Shepherdstown 

106. Grace* Keai neysville 

Ministers without Charge 

Joseph H. Apple* LL.D, (E), Frederick 
W. Bald (E) * Arthur W* Barley (E), 
John L* Barnhart* D.D. (D>* William R* 
Barnhart, D-D. (D)* R, Pierce Beaver* 
Fh.D- <M), Wayne H. Bowers (D), Chas. 
F. Brandt {£), Edwin D. Bright (E), 
William T* Brundick (Ch), F, R. Cassel* 
man, D.D, (Dj* Claude H. Corl* C, Earl 
Gardner* J. Sdor Garrison* D.D. <E>* F. 
A. Giese (E), Oscar Guthe (E), Edw. R. 
Hamme (1), fed. B. Harp, Jr., D.D, (Ch), 
Walter R. Hartzell (D) t BenJ. K. Hay 
(I), Peter E, Heimer, Ph.D. (E), Geo. W, 
Kerstetter (G). Henri L. G. Kleffer, D.D. 
(E), J, Edward Kiingaman (I), Chas. W. 
Levan* D.D. (E), David H, Manrodl (GK 
Christian Neumann (Ch), Henry H. 
Ranck* D.D. (E), G. Nevin Reben* Fh.D. 
(D), Edward J, Robinson* John W. 
Schauer* Jr* (Ch), C* D, Shaffer (IJ* 
Calvin S. Slagle* D.D* <E), Geo, R 
Snyder (M), Robt. M. Stahl <I), Henry 

I. Stahr, D.D., LL.D* (D)* B. L. Stanley 
(I), John F. Tapy (I), Samuel A. Troxell 
(I)* Jesae B. Yaukey (1). Elmer H. 
Zaugg, D*D, (M), 

READING SYNOD 


Officers and Council 

(Term* bxpire 1947) 

President, Rev, Sheldon E, Mackey, 458 
Douglass St„ Reading* Pa*; Vice-Presi¬ 
dent* Rev* Paul T. Slinghoff* 316 W, 
Greenwich SL, Reading* Pa.: Secretary, 
Rev. W. Ronald Yocum, 126 W. Broad SL* 
Shillington, Pa,; Treasurer* Mr. Warren 
C, M. Binckley* 71 & Washington SL* Read¬ 
ing* Pa.; Lay Member, Prof. John N, 
Land, Hamburg, Pa. 

No, Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Pennnyl vartin 

Allegheny; W. Ronald Yocom 

1. AI leghen y * AI legheny ville 

2. Plow* Plowville 

3. St, John* Gibraltar 

4. Wyomissing, Gouglersvllle 
Auburn: Lee D. Loos 

5. Faith, Landingville 

6. SL John. Auburn 

7. SL John, Port Clinton 
3, Zion, Orwigsburg, R. D. 

9. Barnesville. Christ* Rush Twp,* John 
A. Kleinginna 

10. Barncsville* R. D,* SL Peter, Arthur 
D. Knoebel 

Bern-Spies: Paul P* Haas 
11* Bern, W, Leesport, R 1 
12, Shaffer (Salem), Alsace Twp* 

12. Spies (Zion), Oley, R. D. 

14. Bern Twp„ Epler's, Geo* A* Ehrgood* 

Supply 

Bernville; Frank W, Ruth 

15. Christ* BernviUe* R 8 

16. St, Paul* Tulpehocken 

17* SL Thomas, Bern villa 

18* Zion* Strausstown 

19, Boyertown* Good Shepherd: Vacant 

20, Cremona. SL Mark, Mark G* Wagner 
Deep Creek: Paul W* Yoh* D.D. 

21* Christ* Begins* R. D, 2 
22. Friedens. Hegins 
28, SL John* Ashland, R. D* 1 

24. SL Paul, Sacramento 


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25. 

26 * 

27* 

28* 

29. 

SO. 

31# 

32. 
33* 

34. 

36* 

36* 

37* 

33. 
39. 


40* 

41* 

42. 


43* 

44. 

46* 

46* 

47* 

48. 

49* 

60* 

61. 


52, 

53. 
54* 
55. 
56* 


67* 

53 . 

59* 

60* 

61. 

62, 

63. 

64* 

65. 

06. 

67, 

63* 

69* 

70* 

71* 

72* 

73* 

74, 

76* 

76. 

77* 

78, 

79. 

80* 

81* 

32. 

83* 


84, 

85* 


Delano, Faith. C. M* Baver* Supply 
Fleetwood, St* Paul, J. Paul Kehm 
Fleetwood, R. D„ Becker's, St Peter* 
J t Paul Kehm, Supply 
FrackvUle. St Peter, Jno* M. Witmer 
Friedensburg: Elmer E. Fahringer 
St. John, Friedensburg 
St. Mark, Summit Station 
St Paul. Summit Station 
Salem. Pine Grove, R* D* 

Hamburg. First, Dallas R. Krebs, 
D.D* 

Lansford* Emmanuel, Harold R. Aah 
Leesport: John K, Stoudt, D.D. 

St John (Gern ant's)* Leesport 
Trinity. Lees port 

Llewellyn* Friedens* I* M. Fetterolf* 
Supply 

Mahanoy City, Grace, Clinton M, 
Baver 

St* Paul, F* Arthur Guldln 
MinersvlUe-St Clair: Samuel A. 
Moyer 

Emanuel, Mlnersville 
St John. St. Clair 

Mount Aetna, St John, H. J* Miller, 
Supply 

New Ringgold: Michael R- Schmidt 
Christ* McKean sburg 
Friedens, New Ringgold 
Zion, Lewlstown Valley 
Zion, Tuscarora 
Oley ; Earl G* Wolford 
Friedens, Oley 

New Jerusalem, Mcrtztown, R. 1 
St* John, Price town 
Salem. SpangsvHle 
Orwigsburg* St. John, Gilbert J. 
Bartholomew 

Pine Grove: H* C* Corrcll 
St* Paul, Ravine 
St Peter, Pine Grove 
FottsvtUe* First. L. M. Fetterolf 
Trinity, Robert A. Rausch 
Reading. Calvary, Paul J. Dundore, 
Ph*D„ D-D*, and Harold C* Hol- 
llnger 

Faith: Jeremiah R* Rothermel 
Faith, Reading 
Hinnershltz. Reading, R. 2 
St. Peter, Fleetwood, R* 2 
First. D. J* Wetzel, D.D* 

Grace (Alsace), Jesse M. Men gel, 
D.D. 

Olivet, William H. Albright * 
St* Andrew, Chas* E* Roth, LittD*, 
D.D. 

St, James. Jacob B* Landis 
St John, Howard C* Goeringer 
St- Mark, Paul T. Sllnghoff 
St Paul Memorial* Scott F. 
Brenner, Th.D, 

St Stephen. Morris D. SJIfer. Th.D. 
St, Thomas, Lee M* Erdman, D.D. 
Second. Sheldon E. Mackey 
Trinity, Frederick A, Sterner 
Zion, H. S. Kehm 
Robesonia: Vacant 

North Heidelberg, North Heidel¬ 
berg 

St Jonn* Host 
St. Paul, Robesonia 
Rosedale: Samuel Givi or, Jr, 

Christ. Temple 
Rosedale, Laureldale 
Schuylkill Haven, First, Delas R. 
Keener 

St John, Russell C, Eroh, Ph.D. 
Schwarswald: Ralph L* Folk 
St Paul, Blrdsboro 
SchwarzwaId. Jacksonvrald 
ShartlesviHe, Friedens, Frank W* 
Ruth, Supply 

Shenandoah, Trinity, Albert G* 
Peters, S.T.D, 

Shoemakersvllle: Milton A* May 
St Michael's. Hamburg* R* D, l 
St Luke's, Shoemakers vilie 


86* Sinking Spring, R. D.* Kissinger's, 

H* J. Miller, Supply 
Sinking Spring-ShiIlington: Thomas 
W, Rhoads 

87. Immanuel, ShHlington 
S3. St John, Sinking Spring 

Swamp-Amity: William H. S<»lly 
89* Falkner Swamp* Glibertsvllle* R* 1 

90. St Paul, Athol > 

91, Trinity* Bechtelsville 

92* Tamaqua, St John* Arthur D- 
Knoebel 

93, Trinity, John A* Kleingtnna 

Tower City: Carl I* Osenbach 
94* St Peter. Orwin 

95* Trinity, Tower City 

Tremont: John K. Wetzel 
96* St John* Zerbe 

97* St Peter* Tremont 

98. Salem, Donaldson 

Werners vllle 

99* First, Wernersville, Geo* A. Ehr- 
good. Supply 

100* Trinity* Rehrershurg* Geo* A. 

Ehrgood, Supply 
Hatns-Yocums: Ralph E*' Starr 
101, Christ (Yocums), Reading* R. 1 

102* St John (Hains), Wemersville 

103. Womeladorf. Bethany Orphans' 

Home. Ray S. Vandevere 

104. Zion, H* J. Miller 

105. Wyomlssing, Be usman Memorial* R. 

Cameron Billmyer 

Minister a without Charge 

Garnet O, Adams, Howard A. Alt- 
house £E), Irvts M* Beaver (E)* Arthur 
V. Casselman, D.D,, LittD* (E), Wm. H. 
Dietrich (1), A* O. Eshelman (E)* George 
C. Hosier (M), Thomas H* Lelnbach, D.D. 
(E)* Harvey M, Lyttle (I), Elmer S, 
Noll, D.D. (E). Wm* C* Slough (I)* Cal¬ 
vin K, Staudt, Ph.D, (G), Joseph Yost 
Reynold K. Ziegler (M). Licentiate: 
William R. Teitsworth, 


ROCKY MOUNTAIN SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1947) 

President, Rev, A, C* Kroehler, Lyman* 
Nebr. r Vice-President* Rev* Henry Baum- 

S avrtel* 1423 8th Ave*. Scottsbluff, Nebr*: 

ecretary* Rev. Ernst Press, 610 Garfield 
St., Laramie, Wyo,; Treasurer, Rev, Gott- 
helf T. Zucner, Nisi and, S- Dak.; Lay 
Member, Mr* Aiex King, R. 1* Fort Col¬ 
lins* Colo* 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Colorado 

1. Denver, Friedens, D. F. Maul* Supply 
2* Pioneer, F* C* Hueggeberg 

3, St Paul, B. E. Schalow 

4, Fort Collins, Immanuel* Wm* 

Reitzer, Th.D* 

5, Fort Morgan* Immanuel Ev. Luth.: 
Vacant 

6. Greele^y.^St. John* M* Schoenhaar, 

7. * Gunnison, Community, Geo* L, 
Nuckolls, D*D. 

8. Idalia* St John* P. F* Dietrich 
9* Loveland* Hope, M. Sehoenh&ar, 
Th.D 

10* Windsor, Zion Evan* Luth.* John 
Erbea 

Montana 

11, Hardin* Christ B* F. Maul: Vacant 

Nebraska 

12, Bayard, Zion* Christian J* Martin 
13* Lyman, Immanuel, A* C. Kroehler 
14* Mitchell, St Paul: Vacant 
15, Scottsbluff* Zion* Henry Baum* 
gaertel. Sr* 


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South Dakota 

16, Nlsland* Peace, Gotthelf T* Zucher 

Wyoming 

17. Laramie, St* Paul* Ernst Frees 

IS. Lingle, St. Paul, John W* Schnacken- 
berg 

19, Riverton, St* Paul, Gottlob Galser 
20* Wheatland, Bethlehem: Vacant 
21, Worland* Zion, Julius Berkenkamp. 
6.T-D. 

Ministers without Charge 

Wm* J* Cramm (E)* W. E* Hauff (E), 
P. W, Krueger (EJ, M. Feper, J. Roth 
(E), Wm, Schumann, F. F. Stelnmark 
(E), Adam Woth (E)* O* G* WIchmann 
CBj, 

SOUTHEAST OHIO SYNOD 
OUlcers and Connell 

(Terms expire 1947) 

President, Rev* Melvin E. Beck, D*D*, 
713 S. Main St., North Canton, Ohio; 
Vice-President, Rev. Waldo A. H* Berte- 
kamp, Straeburg, Ohio; Secretary, Rev, 
Paul W* Schmidt, 239 S* Grant St, 
Wooster, Ohio; Treasurer, Mr* Henry F* 
Stemm, 731 St* Louis Ave., Zanesville, 
Ohio; Lay Member. Melvin E* Bixier, 203 
Mercer St. ( Louisville, Ohio. 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Ohio 

1. Alliance, First, Harry G. Schalrbaum 
Immanuel-Science Hill: Robert G. 

DIHer 

2. Immanuel, Alliance 

3* Science Hill, Alliance, R. 1 

4* Apple Creek, St Peter, Charles O* 
Zechiel 

Baltic: Vacant 

5. St John, Chill 

6. St Paul, Bucks Twp* (Renners) 

7. Zion, Baltic 

8* Zion, Halifax 

9* Bella! re, First, J* Stanley Richards 
Bethel-Maximo i Stanley R. Hart¬ 
mann 

10, Bethel, Beloit, R, 2 

11. Z;on r Maximo 
Bolivar: Hillmer Grunwald 

12* St. John, Bolivar 

IS* St* Paul, Dover Twp, 

14* Zoar, Zoar 

15* Canal Fulton, Salem, Carl L* Adel- 
sperger 

16* Canton, First, Karl Koepke* 5*T.D. 

17. Grace, Arthur H* Harsh 

18. Lowell, Leonard S, Hcgnauer 

19. Trinity, H. N. Kerst, D.B. 
Carrollton: Frank A* Reigle 

20. Trinity, Carrollton 

21. R* D. 1. Harsh 
Clarington: Fred R* Zimmerman, 

Supply 

22* Immanuel, Clarington 

23. St. James, Salem Twp. 

24, Coshocton, St John, C. M* Higgins 
25* Crooked Run, Salem: Vacant 

26* Dover, St John, Reinhard Krause 
27* E* Canton, St Paul, Robert F* Beck 
Glenmont: Supplied 

28, St John, Glenmont, C* M* Higgins, 
Supply 

39. Trinity, Dutch Run, H* F. Zaugg, 
Supply 

Hartvllte; Clarence C. Huprfch 
30* Christ, Hartville 

31* St Jacob, N* Canton 

Lewisville; Vacant 

32. St, John, Summit Twp. 

33, St. Peter, Lewisville 

34* St* Peter, Mlltonsburg 

Loudon vIlle-Mohlcanville: G* W, 
Krause 

85* Christ Moblcanvills 


33, 

37* 


38* 

39* 

40* 

41* 

42* 

43* 

44* 

45, 


46. 

47. 


48. 

49. 

50. 

51. 

62. 

53. 

54. 

55. 
56* 

57, 


58. 

59. 
60* 

61. 

62. 

63, 


64* 

65. 

66 . 

67* 

63. 

69. 

70. 

71. 

72. 


73* 

74* 

75, 

76* 

77. 

78. 

79. 


80. 

81- 


82. 

83* 

84, 

85* 

86 * 

87, 

88, 
S3. 

90* 

91. 


Trinity, Loudonville 
Louisville, Paradise, E. E* Zechiel, 
D.D. 

Lowell: Vacant 

•First Muskingum Twp. 

St, John, Lowell 
•St. John, Watertown Twp* 
Marietta. St. Paul, Donald J. 
Barthelmeh 

Mar shall vi lie, St Michael: Vacant 
Massillon, Grace, W* Osborne Keeler 
St John, Carl E* Berges 
Mlllersburg, St, John, H, Frederick 
Zaugg 

Mt Eaton-Brewster: Elmer A, Grad- 
wohi 

Brewster, Brewster 
St Paul* Mt Eaton 
Navarre-Smoketown: Wilmer C* 
Grunwald 
St, Paul, Navarre 
St Paul, Smoketown 
New Bedford, Zion, Ivan D, Immel 
New Philadelphia, First, T* W. 
Hoememann, D,D, 

North Canton, Zion, Melvin E. Beck, 
D.D* 

Orrville, Christ, Otto R. Gerber 
Fomeroy-Minersville: Vacant 
Federated* Pomeroy 
St, Paul, Minersville 
Fort Washington, St Paul, Brice I* 
Chidester 

Powhatan Point, St John, Fred R. 
Zimmerman 

Ragersvitle: A. C* Yost 
St, Peter, Fiat 
Salem, Bakersviile 
Zion, Ragersville 
Reedsburg: Hayward W- Kehi 
Grace, Wooster, R. D* 5 
Emanuel, Wooster, R. D* 5 
Richvllle Community, Navarre, Paul 
F* Berkeh stock 

RobertsvUle-Farls: Kendall E, 

Shoffner 

Christ* Robertsvflie 
Israel, Paris 

Sardis: Theodore Merten 

Immanuel, R* D. r New Martinsville, 
W, Va* 

St. Paul, Trail Run 
Salem, Sardis* R* 2 
Zion, Hannibal 

Steubenville, Zion. Carl A, Hofmann 
Stone Creek: M* G. Clausing 
Grace* Stone Creek 
Jerusalem* New Philadelphia* K. 2 
Strasburg-Winesburg: Waldo Berle- 
kamp 

St, John* Strasburg 
Zion, Winesburg 

Sugarcreek* First, O* B* Moor, D,D. 
Tuscarawas: Vacant 

Cross Roads* near Massillon 
Myers* near Massillon 
Sixteen* near Massillon 
Stan wood* near Massillon 
Uniontown-Suffleld: Luben E. 
Kutuchief 
Grace, Unlontown 
Sufheld, Suffleld 

Walnut Creek: Walter R. Gobrecht* 
S,T*D., Supply 
St John, Walnut Creek 
Trail Swiss* Dundee* R. 1 
Warner, J. A. Law 
First, Warner 
St John, Whipple 
Zion, Harrlettsville 
Waynesburg: H* N* Smith 
St Paul, Mineral City 
St. Paul, Waynesburg 
Saiem* East Canton, R* D* 1 
West Salem; L* A* Slgrist 
East Homer, Homerville 
St John, Albion 


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34 . 


22. Woodsfleld, St Paul, Walter M. 
Trogler 

93. Wooster, Christ, Paul W, Schmidt 

94. First Aug. H. Elshoff 

95. Zanesville, Pilgrim, Wm. F* von 

Brauchttsch 

We»t Virginia 

96. Helvetia, Zion: Vacant 

97. Wheeling, St. John, Wm, J. Haus* 

mann 

98. St Paul, Earnest E. Noll 

99. St Stephen, S, H* Matzke 

Ministers without Charge 

Otto W. Breuhaus (E), Wallace W. 
Foust D.D* (E). Walter H. Gobrecht, 
S.T.D., Robert L, Hegnauer (Ch), Alfred 
A- Herzberger (I), R. W. Jungfer, Jr. 
<Ch)* Edward G. Klotz {Eh Scott V. 
Rohrbaugh (E)* Chas. H, Schory (I), 
P. W. Snyder (E), Harvey S. Stoner (E). 

southern synod 

Officers nml Council 

(Terms expire 1947) 

President, Rev. Joshua L. Levens, 411 
W. Bank St., Salisbury, N. C.: Vice-Presi¬ 
dent, Rev. C, C. Wagoner, R. 4, Lexington, 
N, C,; Secretary, Rev, William C. Lyerly, 
R. 1, Newton, N. C. I Treasurer, Rev, 
Milton WMtener, 307 Summit Ava, Salis¬ 
bury, N. C.j_ Lay Member, Mr. Adrian 
L. Shuford, Conover, N. C. 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Florida 

1, Lowell* United: Vacant 

Mi ami-Redlands: Edward W. Ullrich 
2* Robertson Memorial, Miami 

3, St, John, Redlands 

North Carolina 

4, Asheboro, First, Harvey H. Koonts* 

Jr, 

Bear Creek: A. W. Hedrick 

5, Bethel, ML Pleasant, R, D, 

0, Roger* Concord, R, D, 3 

7. St James, Mt. Pleasant 
Bethany-Smyrna: Claude W. Kelly 

8. Bethany, Claremont 

9. Smyrna, Catawba 

10. Brookford, Faith* A. Wilson Cheek 
Boone Station: John C, Peeler 

11. Bright wood, Burlington, R. D. 

12, St Mark, Burlington, R, 1 

13, Burlington, First, Harvey A. Fesper- 

man, D.D. 

Calvary-Zion: W, Calvin Leonard 

14, Calvary, Thomasviile, R. 1 

15. Zion* Thomasviile, R. 1 
IS. Charlotte, First: Vacant 

17. China Grove* Mt. Zion, Huitt R. Car¬ 
penter 

Concord: Roy C. Whisenhunt 
IS. New Gilead, Concord* R. I>. 3 

19. Trinity, Concord 

20. Conover, Trinity* Lonnie A. Carpenter 
21* Faith, Shiloh, Terrell M. Shoffner 

22, Greensboro* First, Hoy L. Fesperman 
Guilford: Arthur R. Detwiler 

23, Brick Burlington, R. 1 

24, Mt. Hope* Julian, R. 1 
Hickory: 

25, Corinth, Harry D, Althouse, D.D, 

26, Macedonia. A. Wilson Cheek 
27* High Point, First, Carl A* Grimm 
2S* Kannapolis, St. John, Frank H. 

Best Ian 

29. Landis* First, Aaron R, Tosh 

30. Lenoir, Ziom Waiter W, Rowe, D.D. 

31. Lexington, First, Banks J. Feeler, 

D.D. 

32. Lexington, Second* A. Odell Leonard 
33* Hebron* Winston-Salem, B. R, 4, 

Supplied 


34. R. D., Paul's Chapel, A, Odell 

Leonard, Supply 
Lincoln: William A. Jones 

35. Memorial, Maiden 

33. SL Matthew, Lincolnton, R. 3 

37. Salem, Lincolnton* R. 2 

3S. Lincolnton, Emanuel, Waiter C. Beck 

39. Smyrna, W, C, Beck, Supply 
Lower Davidson: Charles E, Hiatt 

40. Becks, Lexington, R. 6 

41- Hedricks Grove, Lexington, R. 2 
42. Jerusalem, Lexington, R* 2 

13. Mt. Tabor* Lexington, R. 2 

Lower Stone : Milton Whiten er 
44. Grace, Rockwell, R. 1 
15, Mt- Hope, China Grove, R. 1 

46. Newton, Grace* Roy E, Lelnbach, Jr, 
Rockwell: Karl R. Flocken 

47. Bethany, Rockwell, R. D* 

48. SL Luke, Salisbury, R, D. 5 
49- Ursinus* Rockwell 

SL Paul-Keller's: Carl T. Daye 
50* St. Paul, China Grove* R. 1 
51* Keller's, Kannapolis, R, 1 

52. Salisbury* First* Joshua L. Levens 
South Fork: William C, Lyerty 

53. Bethel, Hickory, R. 1 

54. Daniels, Lincolnton, R* 2 

55* Grace, Newton* R. 1 

56. SL Paul. Newton, R. 1 

57- Thomasviile, Heidelberg* J, A, 

Palmer 

53, Thomasviile, R. 2, Emanuel: Vacant 
Upper Davidson : C. Columbus 

Wagoner 

59. Bethany Winston-Salem, R, 5 
60* Beulah* I^exington, R. 4 

61. Pilgrim, Lexington, R. 1 
Waugh town; Hiram E. Davis 

62. Bethlehem, Winston-Salem, R. D. 5 

63* First Winston-Salem 

64. Winston-Salem, Schlatter Memorial. 

Homer F. Yea rick 
Ministers without Charge 
J, D, Andrew, D.D. (E), Jos, D. An¬ 
drew (Ch)* James A, Boehm (I) E. 
Bratzei, L.H.D. (E>, H, A. Dewald (E), 
Geo* A, Ehrgood, LL.D.* Allen K. Faust. 
Ph-D. (EL David E. Faust fD), Frank 
L. Fesperman (M) (D), Geo. A. Godduhn 
(E), A. Janke <E), John H, Keller, D.D. 
fE), John A. Koons (I), Lawrence A. 
I Leonard (Ch), Albert J. Levengood (I), 
J, H, Meier <E), Albert F. Nace (E>, 
Shuford Feeler, D.D, (EL L. Irvin Somers 
(Ch), Norman L. Stock, Chas. W. War- 
Hck (EL Harvey A. Welker (E), Bruce 
A. Wentz, Fh.D. (DL Sterling H. Whhe- 
ner (ML Sterling W* Whitener (ML 
Lic^ftidfes; Ernest Derendinger, Fh.D. 
(D). A. R. Keppel. Pd.D., LL.D* (DL 
Frederick Lowder (1). 

SOUTH ILLINOIS SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1943) 

President. Rev, Otto C. Bassler, 197 E. 
First St., Waterloo, Ill,: Vice-President 
Rev. Elmer R. Jaeger, 412 N. 14th SL, 
East St Louis, Ill.: Secretary, Rev, R. H- 
Mornhinweg, Troy* Ill.: Treasurer, Mr. 
Louis Roman, 2608 E, 25th St. r Granite 
City, HL; Lay Member, W. A. Schicke- 
danz* 404 N. 4Sth SL, Belleville, Ill, 

No. Location—Name of Church-Pastor 

Illinois 

1. Add lev 1 lie, Zion* Paul Niedermeyer 

2. Alhambra, Salem* Robert Kofer 

3, Alton, Evan- & Ref,, O- W* Hegge- 

meler 

4. Arthur. R< D. 2, Zion, George A, 

Schuette 

5, Eelleville. Christ* A. E. Reiss 

6, St. Paul, E, J. Koehler and R. J* 

Herman 


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7. Trinity, Theo, J. Rasche 

8. Bible Grove, St, Paul, Harold W. 

Kamenz 

9. Breese, St John, Theodor E. Beier 

10, Brighton, St John, H. F. Binder- 

knecht 

11, Burkaville* St Peter: Vacant 

12, Carl In ville, St Paul, R. Hohmann 

13, Carlyle, Immanuel, Wm. J. Schwelk- 

hart 

Centra l ia-Central City: Aug. F. 
Warskow 

14, St, Peter, Centralla 

15, Zion, Central City 
Collinsville: Chris. H, Kuhlmann 

16, Friedens, CaseyvilJe * 

17, St John, Collinsville 

IS, Columbia, St. Paul, Gerhard A, Friz 

19, Zoar* New Hanover, Wilbert L. 

Biasch 

20, Darmstadt, Holy Ghost: Vacant 
21* Dubois, St, Mark, John H, Hilie 

22. Dundas, Saron, Raymond W. Bizer 

23. Dupo, Christ, Harold W, Hohman 

24. Duquoin, First, John H, Mauthe 

25. E. Carondelet, R. 1, ’Sugar Loaf* H. 

W, Hohman* Supply 

26. East St Louis, Immanuel, Emil R, 

Jaeger 

27* Edinburg, Edinburg, Supplied 

28, EdwardsyiUe, Eden, Hugo J, Brede- 

hoeft 

29, Edwardsville, R, D, 1, St, Paul* John 

A. Hoefer 

30, Edwardsville, R, D. 3, Immanuel, 

Hamel, Henry G, Lip pert 

31. Evansville, St John, Emil F, Hotz 
Farina: Harold W. Kamenz 

32, Friedens* Farina 

33, St John* near Farina 

Fleldon-Jerseyvllle: Louis V, Huber 

34, Christ, Fleldon 

35. Friedens, Jerseyville 

36, Floravllle, St, Paul, Waterloo, R, 3, 

A. E. Kitterer, Supply 

37, Freeh urg, St Paul, G. F. Brink 

38. Granite City, St. Peter* Henry H, 

Wintevmeyer 

39, Granite City, H. D. 2, St John, 

Chester H* Uthlaut 
Gran tfork-James town : Arby Hosto 

40, Grantfork, Gran tfork 

41, St. Paul, Jamestown 

42. Hecker, Friedens, Herbert W, Hosto 

43. Highland, Evangelical, Fred C. 

All rich 

44. Hookdale, St Peter, E. A. Bigen- 

rauch 

45. Hoyleton* Zion, Paul L. Stange 

46. Irvington, Friedens, Paul L. Stange 

47, Johannesburg, St John, G. A. J, 

Buck 

Lebanon-Summerfleld; Paul R, 
Surbey 

48. St John, SummerfieM 

49. St, Paul, Lebanon 
Lenzburg-FayettevIUe: Myron F. 

Schmitt 

50. St, Peter* Lenzburg 

51. Trinity, Fayetteville 

52, Maeystown, St. John: Vacant 

53. Marine. Marine* Roy J. Stock 
Marlon: Harvey J. Zuern 

54. St Paul, Johnston City* R. 1 

55, Zion, Marion 

56. Marissa, Friedens* Edwin C. Beier 

57, Marissa, R. 1, ’Trinity, Blddleborn. 

John H. Hide 

59. Mascoutah, St. John* Artie W, Hoei- 
scher 

59, Metropolis, R. D. 2* Zion, Arlte E« 
Porter 

60* Metropolis* R. D. 3* St. John, Edwin 
H. P. Weltge 

61, Millstadt, Zion, A. E. Lfmper 

62. Millstadt, R. D.* Concordia, Thao. J. 

Reach e 


63. Moro, R. D* 1* St John* Robert P* 

Zimmerman 

64. Murphysboro, St Peter, Edward R, 

Maul 

65. Nashville, St, Paul, M. £L Zielinski 

66. New Athens, St John* H. W, Rath 

67. New Baden, Zion, Harold L, Behle 

68. O'Fallon, Evangelical, A. E. Klemme 

69. Ohlman, St. Paul* Dale Wolfgram 
70- OkawvlUe, St Paul, Wm. Jung 
71* St, Peter* Edwin A. Wahl 

72. Olney, First, Donald M. Yaekle 

73, Pan a, St. John* Walter A, Hotz 

74. Pinckneyville* St Paul* Martin F. 

Schroedel 

75, Plum Hill, St John* F. W, Weltge 

76. Red Bud, St Peter, Henry C. Buege 
Red Bud: Paul Schulz 

77, Immanuel, Prairie du Long 

78, St. Mark, Red Bud* R. £ 

79. St Jacob, Evangelical Protestant 

Leonard F. Todd 

50. Smith ton, St John, Arnold K, Sued- 

meyer 

51. Staunton* St Paul* Arthur J, Haber- 

mehl 

52. Tamms, First* ’Dr. F. E. Rockwell 

53. Tower kill. St. Paul. T. H. Hosto 

84. Trenton, St, John, Elmer L, Koch 

85. Troy, Friedens, R. H. Mornhinweg 
Valmeyer: Raymond I* Hosto 

86. St John, Valmeyer 

87. St. Paul, Harrisonville 

S3. Vencdy, St Peter, Stone Church* C, 
Berger 

89. Waterloo, St Paul: Otto C, Eassler 
Waterloo, R. D. 4: Vacant 

90. St John* Fults 

91. Zion, New Design 

92. Wood River. St John* Henry W- 

Wichmann 

Min later a without Charge 

Glenn E. Baumann (Ch)* C. J. Beehler 
(Ch), Karl Benkendoerfer (E), Laverne 
R. Daudermann (M), John P. Dillen- 
berger* K. Friebe IE), C. R. Hem pel 
(E), A. H. Idecker, Theo, C. Kugler {E>. 


SOUTH INDIANA SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1947) 

President Rev. W* Franklin Lahr* 2724 
Napoleon St, Indianapolis 3, Ind.; Vice- 
President, Rev. Hilbert H, Peters, 10th 
and Jefferson Sts., Tell City* Ind.; Secre¬ 
tary, Rev, A. H. Wegener, Edward sport, 
Ind,: Treasurer, Mr. George A. Pflum, 
2313 Date St, Louisville 10, Ky.; Lay 
Member, Mr. G. F. Osterhage, Vincennes, 
Ind. 

No, Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Alabama 

1. Birmingham* St John, Carl H. Kluge 

2. Cullman, St John, Albert A. Susott 

Illinois 

3. Browns, R. 1* Friedens* Conrad N* 

Sprenger 

4. Carmi, St John* J* M. Hertel 

Indians 

5. BoonvJlie St John, H. G. Schuessler 
Buckskin-Ft, Branch: Wallace A, 

Schrlefer 

6. St John* Buckskin 

7. St- Luke. Ft. Branch 
Campbell Twp.: Robert J, Bauman 

8. Bethlehem, Evansville, R. D. 3 

9. Zoar, Campbell Twp. 

10, Cannelton, Si John, Edwin F. Riske 
Chrlsney-Clay City: Vacant 

11, St John, near Lamar 

12, Zion* Chrlsney 


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13. Clay City, St. Peter, Harry W. 

Bredeweg 

14, Immanuel, Crothersville 

15. St. Paul, Sellersburg 

16, Dubois, St Peter. Walter Dickmann 
Elberfeld-Warrenton: H. H. Ring 

IT, St Stephen, Warrenton 
18, Zion, Elberfeld 
Evansville 

10. Bethel, J. Otto Reller 

20. St. John Evan, Frot., John R. C, 

Haas, D,D, 

21. St. Lucas, Arm in Haeu&sler 

22. St Matthew, H. Raymond Voss 

23. Zion, Roland B, Mernitz 
Evansville-KratzvlHe: Theo. I* Haas 

24. St Paul, Evansville 

25. *SL Peter* Kratzvilie 

26. Freelandville, BetheL A, H, Wegener 

27. German Township, St Paul, Rein¬ 

hart Lehmann 

28. Holland, Augustana, George Nussman 

29. St, Paul, near Holland, Louis B, 

Schnuck 

30. Howell, Salem, Florenz H, Eversman 

31. Huntingburg, Salem, Theo. F. Schu¬ 

macher 

Indianapolis 

32. Carrol ton Ave., Richard Rettfg, 

D.D. 

33. First: Vacant 

34. Friedens, Robert C, Kuebler 

35. Garfield Park, Norman H. Schultz 

36. Immanuel, Clarence E. Si tier 

37. Pleasant Run Boulevard, R. C. 

Windhorst 

38. St, John, Ernst A. Piepenbrok 

39. St John, Cumberland. F. G, Brune 

40. St Paul. E, Harold KILngel, Th.D, 
St Pa ul-Trinity: W. H. Khierlm 

41. St Paul 

42. Trinity 

43. Second, W. Franklin Lahr 

44. Zion, Frederick R, Daries, D.D, 

45. Sion, Warren Twp„ Robert E. 

Briggeman 

46. Inglefleld-Bretzville-Duff: F. J, 

Mehrtens 

47. St John, Bretzville 

43. St Paul. Du ft 

49. Trinity, Jasper 

50. Jeffersonville, St Luke, J. Eugene 

Youngen 

51. Kasson, Zoar, Theo. Mehl 

52. Lafayette, St. John, John A. Keller 

53. Salem. Louis H, Gunnemann 
Lamar-Fulda: Vacant 

54- St Peter, Lamar 

55. Trinity, near Fulda 

56. Linton, Saron, H» O. Renken 

57. Lippe, Zion, John L, Koert 
Lynnville- Ft Branch, Glen D. 

Engel brecht 

58. St Matthew. Lynnvllle 

59. St Paul, Ft Branch 

Marrs Township: Florenz H, Evers* 
man 

60. Immanuel, Caborn 

61. ML Vernon, Trinity, August E. 

Binder 

Mulberry: Meredith J, Sprlinger 

62. St Luke, Frankfort 

63. Trinity, Mulberry 

64. New Albany, St. Mark, Theo. N, Tie> 

meyer 

65. Newburgh, Zion, Wm. J. Hillman 

68, New Middletown, New Middletown, 

C. H. Schmitt. Supply 
67* New Palestine, Zion, Daniel H. 
Moritz 

08. Poland, Zion, Walter E. Scherry 
St John-Clay Prairie Community: 
Clifford G. Scholey 

69. Clay Prairie Community, R. 4, 

Brazil 

70, St John, Brazil 

71. Santa Claus, St P&ul, Cheater W, 

Gaum 


72. Shelbyvllle, First, Richard F, Rasche 

73. -Zion, near Shelbyville, J, W, Dick¬ 

mann 

74. Tell City, First, Hilbert H. Peters 

75. Terre Haute, Bethany, J. Richard 

Bishop 

76. St Paul, Raymond E. Vitz 

77. Zion, F. P. Pu him arm 

78. Vincennes* St John: Vacant 

79. *Wadeaville, R. R, 2, St Peter, Louis 

Birns tenge! 

80. Westphalia, Salem, J, H. Overbeek 

Kentucky 

81. Henderson, Zion, Daniel Schlink- 


Lou is villa 

Bethel. Willard H. Zinke 
Bethlehem, John Perl 
Christ, W- ll Krueger 
Faith, C. V. Rhodes, Supply 
Grace Immanuel, Henry Volkens, 
J r, 

Im manuel, Robert It G roves 

Kohler 


Lynhurst/Harold H, Ley 
Milton Avenue, Paul W. 1 


Parkland, Paul A, Kluge 
St. James, Kenneth C. Rathert 
St. John, Theodore S. Schlundt, Jr, 
St. Luke, Fred Fahrenkamp 
St Matthew, Wm. J. Halfter, Ph.D. 
St. Paul, M. Baas 
St, Peter, Paul F. Hausmann 
Salem, Paul J. Schlueter 
Sutmydale. Clair V. Rhodes 
West Louisville Herman J, Weber 
Zion, Charles H. Schmitt 
Owensboro, Zion, R, F. Tormohlen 
Paducah, Unity, A. H, Behle 


82. 

83. 

84. 

85 . 

36. 

87. 

88 . 

89. 

90. 

91. 

92. 

93. 

94 . 

95. 

96. 

97. 

98. 

99. 

100. 

101 . 

102 . 

Tennessee 

103. Belvidere, First, Herman E. Settlage 

104, Nashville, First, G. B. Harris, Jr, 

Ministers without Charge 

EG. Aldinger (E), G. L. Berlepp (EL 
J. D. Bretz {E>, Geo. F. Gaerttner (Ch), 
Edward T Grabert (Ch). Conrad E. Held 
(E), Ralph L. Holland, Th.D. £GL Victor 
T. Kissel, Fred W. Koliath, Kenneth L. 
Kuebier (ML R. C. Lucke (E), A, D. 
Halm (E), W. C, Rasche (Ch), Walter 
F. Reif, C, J. Scherzer (D), D. A: Win¬ 
ter (E). 

SOUTHWEST OHIO SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms empire 1947) 

President, Rev, Ben M. Herbster, D.D., 
2330 Sherwood Lane, Norwood 12, Ohio; 
Vice-President, Rev, Frederick ±1. Kiemthe, 
51 N. Central Drive, Dayton 3, Ohio; Sec¬ 
retary, Rev, Joseph P. Alden, D.D., 2401 
Ulrich Ave., Dayton 5, Ohio; Treasurer, 
Rev. H, E. J, Neumann, 927 McPherson 
Ave., Cincinnati 5, Ohio; Lay Member, 
Mr. w. O- Shively, 1 Acacia Drive, Day- 
ton 9, Ohio, 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Indiana 

1. Aurora, First* Warren G, Smith 

2. -Batesville. St, John Ev, Luth., E. 

Stroehleln 

3. Florence. St, John: Vacant 

4. Lawrenceburg, Zion, Harry G. Yaggi 

5. -Penntown, St. John, J. J, Kalk- 

brenner 

6. Rising Sun, First, Elwood A. Cald¬ 

well 

Salamonia: H. G, Perry 

7. Grace, New Pittsburgh 

8. Federated* Hill Grove (Ohio) 

9. St. Paul, Boundary 

10. Salamonia, Salamonta 


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Kentucky 

11. Alexandria* St* Paul, John G* Sutz 
12* Bellevue, St John. A. H, Kntpptng 
Covington; Urban F* Job&nsmann 
13* Grace, Covington 

14. Immanuel, Bromley 

15* Covington, St- Mark, Frank C. Scholl 
16* St* Paul, Philip Wiggermann 
17* Dayton, St* Paul, Alfred J. A* Wahl 

15. Fort Thomas, Christ, Karl B. KolLath 
19. Newport, St. Paul, J* Paul Goebel 

Ohio 

Basil: A. O. Kuck 
20* Mt Zion. Basil* R. D. 

21, Trinity, Basil 

Beavercreek: A* P. Schnatz, D,D, 

22* Beaver, Xenia* R. 4 

23* Mt, Zion, Dayton* R- 2 

24* Canal Winchester, David, Deo A* Kell 
Chillicothe: Vacant 
25* St* John* Chillicothe 

26* Salem, Kinnikinnick 

27. Chillicothe, Salem, Ralph E. Schluer 
Cincinnati 

28, Carthage, Rudolf E. Gruenke 
29* St* Paul, New Richmond 

30, Columbia, Vernon F. Hoecker 
31* Evangelical Ref., Oakley G* S, 

Eng cl maim 

32* First, Oliver C* Hotz 

33* 'First, Henry C* Huebschmann 

34* Immanuel* Gustav J, Krumm 

35* Immanuel, St Bernard* Carl B. 

Kiewit 

36. Martini, William F. Kohler 

37. St. John, 16 Mile Stand 

38. Matthew's* W, Place, M* F* Zutz 
39* Fhilippus* W- J* Witt 

40. Price Hill* H timer E. J* Neumann 
41* St John, Reading, W. Robt. 
Grunewald* Jr. 

42* St Duke* Walter D* Weber 

43. St* Matthew. Elmwood Place, W. 

R. Wetzeler 

44. St. Paul, North College Hilt, 

Robert J. Bocks truck 

45. St. Peter, Paul C. Schnake 

46. Salem, Edwin A. Katterhenry, 

Ph.D. 

47. Salem, Norwood. Waiter E* Heifer 

48. Washington, Fred Riley 

49* Zion, Norwood, Ben M* Herbster* 

D.D* 

56* Columbus, St. John, Arnold E* Klick 
and Paul B. Kiewit 
51* St* Paul* Paul C. Kacfer 

52* Wilson Avenue, E* Bruce Jacobs 
Dayton 

53. Central, George Sonneborn 

54* Hale, Michael J. Eckert 

55* Hawker, Dayton* R* R. 8, Freder¬ 

ick H* Klemme 

56. Heidelberg, Frank A* Kostyu 

Hungarian: And or Harsany 
57* Hungarian, Dayton 

58. Hungarian, Middletown 

59. Memorial* Edward A. Puff 
Mt Carmel-EIlerton: Joseph P. 

Alden* D,D* 

60. Mt* Carmel 

61 * Eller ton, Sal em 

62. Ohmer Park; Vacant 

63. St John, W* R. Grunewald, D*B** 

and Harold C* Grunewald 
64* St Duke, Friedrich O. Rest 

65. Second, D. W. Stotte, D.D. 

66* Zion, Moraine City* W* H. Harrell 

67, Dayton: R. R. 7* David's* Clayton 

T* Hammier 

68, Fairfield* Trinity, A* R. Melller 
FarmersviHe: James V. Ingram 

69, Farmersville, Farmersville 

70- Trinity, Johnsville 

71* Slifers, FarmersviUe* R. R* 1 

72, Germantown, St John, Richard P. 
Vtt* 


Glenford: Reuben S, Beaver 
7 3 * J erusa I em, Bremen 

74, St* Paul, Glenford 

75. Somerset, Somerset 
76* Zion, near Thornville 

77. Greenville, St* Paul, E. V. Do Licks* 

D. D* 

78, West Zion, Greenville, R* D*, 

Supplied 

79* Hamilton, First* Clarence K. Gebbart 
80* Redeemer* Victor Schoen 

SI. St, John, Fr* C. Kuether 

82. St* Paul, Manfred A. Stoerker 
83* Lancaster, Grace, Chalmer G, Beaver 

84. Dewisburg* First Supplied 

85. Hlamlsburg, Trinity* H* Grady 

Shoffner 

86* Middletown, St. Paul, Harold H. 
Jung 

87* Millville, Federated* Supplied 

88, Newark, St. John, D* H. Dammers 

89. Phoneton, Bethel* Supplied 

90* Pi qua, First* Marcus J, Engelmann 
91* St, Paul, Paul J, Gehm 

Pleasant Valley-Byron: Louis C. 
Minsterman 
92, Pleasant Valley 
93* Byron, R. 3. Xenia 
94* Portsmouth* First, Herbert M, Goetz 
95* Springhoro, Springboro, Jerome C, 
Schulz 

96* Springfield, Grace, E, E. Koepp 
StoutsvlUe: R. V* Johnson 
97- Heidelberg* Stouteville 

98* Mt. Carmel, Clearport 

99, Sugar Grove, Bethel, Chalmer G. 
Beaver 

100* Thornville, Trinity, Paul E. Aultman 
101* Troy, St John. Charles Bruesch, Jr. 
Union: M. F* Schoepfle 

102, Grace, Alcony 

103, Jerusalem, Dialton 

104, Mt Pisgah, Dawrencevilte 

105* North Hampton, North Hampton 

Union: Henry Fox 
106* St Jacob* Klrkersville 

107, St Michael, near Basil 

108. St* Peter, near Baltimore 
109* Waverly* First, Theo. Schhmdt 

110* West Alexandria, First, Donald H. 
Shimler 

111. Xenia, First, Albert L*. Scherry 
Mlnlatem without Charge 
Chester B. Alspach (I), E. W. C. 
Brueckner fE), M. P. Davis (M), Ward 
Hartman (M), Harold F. Hess (I), F. 
Edward Dahr (ChV, Carl A* Marlch, Wil¬ 
liam E* Miller (E>* Paul Pfeiffer (E), 
John H* Rettlg (E). Samuel D* Runkel 
(E), Edward C. Sinning (I), D* E. Tobias 

SOUTH WISCONSIN SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1947) 

President, Rev. John C* Gleser, 2938 N. 
9th St, Milwaukee 6, Wis*; Vice-Presi¬ 
dent, Rev* Arthur R. Achtemeler, Monti- 
cello, Wis.; Secretary, Rev* Frederick A. 
Dud wig, 2712 W. Brown St, Milwaukee 8* 
Wis,; Treasurer* Mr* William M* Helz, 
3450 N* 42nd St, Apt. 3, Milwaukee 10* 
Wis,; Day Member* Mr, Arthur J* Ger- 
lach, 8422 Jackson Boulevard Park, Wau¬ 
watosa 13, Wis* 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Wisconsin 

Ackerville, SUnger, R. 1: I* C. 
Boeker 

1* St* John, near Ackerville 

2. St. Paul* Ackerville 
Belleville: HaTvey Noranberg 

3. First, Belleville 

4* Zwingli, Paoll 

5, Zwingli, Albany 

6* Brookfield, Trinity, Fewaukee, R* 2* 

E, R. Wullschleger 


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Browntown: J. 1* Haack 

7, ‘ Ebenezer, Jordan Twp. 

8. Friedens* Browntown 
9* St. Paul, Wayne Twp. 

10. Butler, Peace, Theo. P. Frohne 

11. Campbell sport, C am pb ellsport, John 

Mohr 

12. Dane, Immanuel, Arnold W. Geske 

13. * Darlington, Immanuel, Wm, F. 

Siemers 

14. Fort Atkinson, ^Friedens, Adolph C, 

Onaach 

15. Germantown, St, John, Otto Schulze 

16. Hales Corners, Emanuel, Ludwig C. 

Kutz 

17. Hartford, St. John, Herbert T. 

Tetzlaff 

IS, Jackson, Friedens; Vacant 
Jackson: C, Jankowski 
19. Friedens, Jackson 
£0, *St, Peter, Jackson 

21. Juneau, St. Stephen's, Wm. H. 

Oelrlch 

22, Kewaskum, Peace, William G. 

Sehwemmer 

23. Kohlsville, St. John, West Bend, R. 

3, Carl F. Flueckinger, Supply 

24. Lancaster, Bethlehem, John A. 

Gerber 

25, Liberty Ridge, St Paul, Fennlmore, 

Supplied 

26, Lowell, First, Louis A. Moser 

27, Madison, Memorial, Calvin M. Zenk, 

D.D. 

28, Marion, Immanuel, Woodman, H. I* 

Barth 

29. Menominee Falls, St Paul, H. A, 

Cruslus 

Merton-Erin: Gilbert P. Frohne 

30. St John, Merton 

3L St Paul, Erin 

Milwaukee 

32. Bethany* Arnold H, Schultz 

33. Bethel* Esra R. Vornholt 

34. Christ, Albei t Gonser 

35. Faith, Walter A. Koch 

36. Friedens, W. H. Schlinkmann, D.D. 

37. Grace "E," Adolf Friz 

33. Grace ‘*R," John C. Gieser 

39. Hungarian, Raymond de Dobay 

40. Immanuel. "E," Paul T. Bratzel 

41. Immanuel, "R, jr Frank J. Erdey 

42. St. Paul. Wm. G. Rath 

43. Salem, Frederick A. Ludwig 

44. Tabor, E, J. Kalwitz 

45. Trinity, F. G. Ludwig, D.D, 

46. Zion, Wiliam A. Schultz 

47. Monroe, St John, Paul C, Kehle 
Montlcelle: A. R. Achtemeier 

4S. Reformation, Town Washington 

49. Zwingll, Monti cello 

50. New Glarus, Swiss, Walter J. 

Stuckey 

51. Pewaukee Town, Salem, H. G, 

Settlage 

Portage-Scott Twp.: Gordon L. 
Trltchler 

52. St. Paul's, Town of Scott 

53. Trinity* Portage 

54. Port Washington, Friedens, Freder¬ 

ick L. Rodenbeck 

Frairle du Sac-Harrisburg: Harold 
L. Kratzat 

55. First. Harrisburg 

56. Zion, Prairie du Sac 

57. Racine, Evan, and Kef., Raymond de 

Dobay 

58. Random Lake, St John, Walter P, 

Trost 

Reeseville: John Heinbueh, Jr. 

59. First, Reeseville 

60. Second, Town Lowell 

61. Rockfleld, Zoar, H. Muehletsen 
Rockfleld-Richfleld: Calvin W. Franz 

62. Christ, Bockfield 

63. St. James, Richfield 

64. Sauk City, First, Wilson M. Bixler 

65. Saukvllle, St Peter, Milton L, 

Straube 


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71, 

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73, 

74, 

75, 

76, 

77, 


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Silver Creek-Beechwood-Bol tonv ttle: 
Melvin E. Schroer 
St, John, Beech wood 
St John, Boltonville 
St. Paul, Silver Creek 
Sllnger, St, John, Robert Q, Volkert 
South Milwaukee-Cudahy: Paul J. 
Kaiser 

Christ, Cudahy 
St. Luke, South Milwaukee 
Sussex, Zion, Edwin H, Vornholt 
Verona: Walter G, Clausing 
Salem. Verona 
Zwingli, Barneveld 
Zwingli, Mt. Vernon 
Watertown, First, Frederick W, 
Knatz, D.D. 

Waubeka, St. Paul, Milton I* Straube 
Waubeka-Fillmore: Winston W, 
Wernecke 

Community, Waubeka 
St Martin, Fillmore 
Waukesha, First, Ralph P. Ley 
Wauwatosa, St, Paul, Richard M. A, 
Gadow 

Wayne, Salems, Campbellsport, Carl 
F. Flueckinger 

West Bend, Immanuel, Julius K, 
Braun 


Ministers without Charge 

Theo. P. Boiliger, D.D. (E), Philip C. 
Fischer CM), E. J. Fleer (Eh C, H, 
Franke (E), H, Greater (E), Walter T, 
Grosshuesch (I), R. Grunewald (E), 
Frederick W. Lemke (E), W, Mangels - 
dorf (E), Henry C. Nott, D.D. (E), The- 
ophilus Schlldknecht, Albert H. Schmeus- 
zer, D.D. (D), Frank Settlage (I), Her¬ 
bert F. Weckmueller (I), Eugene F. 
Wilktng. 

SUSQUEHANNA SYNOD 


Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1947) 

President, Rev. John N, Garner, 124 W. 
Diamond Ave,, Hazleton, Pa,; Vice-Presi¬ 
dent, Rev, LeRoy C. Brumbaugh, 1310 W- 
Pine St., Shamokin, Pa,; Secretary, Rev. 
Braynard E, Kurkowskt, 539 Beech St, 
Scranton 5, Pa.; Treasurer, Rev, Horace 
A. Shifter, 119 Wyoming St, Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa.; Lay Member, Prof. John B, 
Boyer, R. D, 1, Herndon, Pa, 

No, Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Pennsylvania 

1. Ashland, Zion, Melvin F. Walper 

2. Berwick, First, Wayne A. Lutz 

3. Bloomsburg, Bloomsburg, M. Edward 

Schnorr 

Catawissa-Mainville: L. M, Martin 

4. Emmanuel, Mainville 

5. St. John, Catawissa 
Conyngham: A, Gail Holt 

6. Christ, Conyngham 

7. St. Paul, Red Hock 

8* Trinity, Mountain Grove 
9, Danville, Shiloh, Ernest F. Andrews 
Dush ore-Over ton : Clement B, Meyer 
10- Elkland, Forksville 

11. Redeem er, Dushore 

12. St. Paul, Overton 

13. Excelsior, Hope, Oliver F. Schaeffer, 

Supply 

14. Freeland, St John, Geo. W. Kohler 
Gowen City: Thomas F, Kissinger 

15. Christ, Helfenstein 

16. St. Paul, Gowen City 

17. St. Peter, Shamokln, R, D, 2 

18. Trinity, Trevorton 

19. Hazleton, Emmanuel, John N, Garner 

20. Grace, Wm. Y. Gebhaid 

Line Mountain: Walter E. Boyer 

21. Jacob, Line Mountain 

22. St. John, Leek Kill 

23. St. Michael, Klingerstown 

24. Salem, Klingerstown, R, D. 


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57. 
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61, 

62* 

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Mahatioy: Jack M. Singer 
Emmanuel, Hunter Station 
Hlmmel's, Rebuck 
St David, Hebe 
St Paul, Urban 
St Peter. Red Cross 
Zion, Herndon 

Mau sd ale-Ridgevi lie: Charles F. 

Glass 

St John, M&usdate 
St. James* Ridgeville 
McAdoo-Sheppton: Franktin J, Heck¬ 
man 

Christ, McAdoo 
St James, Sheppton 
M linesville, St. John-on-the-Moun- 
tain, Supplied 

Milton, St John, Kevin E. Danner 
ML Carmel, Grace: Vacant 
Nan ti coke-Ply mouth: H. Jerome 
Lelnbach 
First, Plymouth 
Zion* Nanticoke 
Nescopeck: Ray E. P* Abbott 
First, Nescopeck 
Mt* Zion, Nescopeck, R* D. 1 
Numtdta: Edward J, Sykes* Jr, 

Grace* Millgrove 
St. Paul, Numidia 
Orangeville: John M* Eight 
Orangeville, Orangeville 
St James* Fishing Creek Twp, 
Zion, Fishing Creek Twp. 

Paradise: Wm. H* Siegel 
Paradise. Milton. R, D. 

Trinity. Turbot ville 
Faxln os-Augusta: George P* Fet- 
terolf 

Emmanuel, Sunbury, R. D, 1 
Jacob, Reed's Station 
St EUaa, Fisher's Ferry 
St Peter, Fax*nos 
Zion, AugustaviUe 
Rlngtown: Bernhardt R. Heller 
Emmanuel, Nuremberg 
St. John. R. 1. Rlngtown 
St Paul* Rlngtown 
St Peter, R. 3. Bloomsburg 
St Johns, St Johns, Theo. H p sson 
Scranton, First, Louis C. F. Miller 
Trinity, Braynard E. Kurkowski 
Shamokin, St John, Edward O, But- 
kofsky, D.D* 

Salem, Leroy C. Brumbaugh 
Strawberry Ridge: Seward R* Kresge 
Emanuel. Bloomsburg. R. D, 1 
Trinity, Strawberry Ridge 
Sunbury L First* Chas. W* Buffington 
Taylor, St. Paul, Philip R. Zink 
Uniontown: Elmer A, Dech 

St, Luke (Malta), Dalmatia* R, D* 
Salem, Pillow 
Trinity. Dalmatia 
Zion (Stone Valley), Hickory Cor¬ 
ners 

Watson town: Carl W* Smith 
Emmanuel* Dorrance 
Mt Zion, Slocum 
St John, Wapwallopen 
St Mark* Fdnd Hill 
St Peter, Hobble 
Watsontown: Crl W. Smith 
St* John .McE wens ville 
Trinity, Watsonville 
Weatherly: Clarence T* Moyer 
St John, Weatherly, R, D. 2 
St, Matthew. Weatherly, R. D. 1 
Salem* Weatherly 
West Hazleton, Christ Memorial, 
Merritt J, Jeffers 
St* Paul* R. O. Chatlos 
Wilkes-Barre. First, Carl 0, Trexler 
St* Lukd, Warren E. Adams 


Minister* without Charge 

John K* Adams (E), J* Frank Bucher* 
D.D. (M), C. E* Correll, Ph*D. (E>* Alvin 
F. Diet* (I), Clark W, Heller, Wellington 


M. Hoover (Ik O, f: Schaeffer (E), 
Horace A. Shifter, H. F, J. Uberroth CD* 
Licentiate; Paul F* Keefer CI>. 

TEXAS SYNOD 
Officers and Connell 
(Terms expire 1947) 

President, Rev* Richard F, Kuretscb, 
R- 1, Seguin, Texas; Vice-President, Rev. 
Raymond F. Buck* 2221 Chippewa St, 
New Orleans 13, La*: Secretary, Rev* I* 
F* Modschiedler* Somerville* Texas ; Treas¬ 
urer, Mr, E* J- Holm, 231ft Watts Rd.* 
Houston 5, Texas; Lay Member, Mr* 
Theodore S, Kniker, 763 Elm St, Seguin, 
Texas, 

No, Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

Louisiana 

New Orleans 

1. Bethany* Herman S. Ritter 

2. Bethel, Oscar C, Laubengayer 

3. First* Heinrich F, J. Rest 

4. Jackson Ave*. Raymond F* Buck 

5. Metairie, Norman A* Maunz 

6. St John* William C, Anderson 

7. St Matthew* Louis Schweickhardt 

8. St Paul* Alvin A. Blome 

9. Salem, Paul R* Meyer 

10, Trinity, A. J. Scherer 

Mississippi 

Biloxi 

12. Back Bay Mission, Biloxi* Hans 
M* Nottrdtt 

11* First Evan* Luth*, Biloxi, Burt A. 
Behrens 

Texas 

Beasley-Rosen berg: Ralph E, Huber 
13- Frledens* Beasley 

14. St. John. Rosenberg 
Burlington, R. I: Vacant 

15. St James, near Ben Arnold 

16. St John* Burlington 

17. Burton, St John: Vacant 

18. Cibolo, St Paul, Otto J. Krueger 
19* Corpus Christi. St Paul's* Jost B. 

Washburn 

20. Coupland* St Peter, Robert Mohr 

21. Dallas* St Paul, Martin P. Kniker 
22* Eddy, St* Paul, Cego: Vacant 
33* Fort Worth. St John* A. J. Heim 
24- *Geronlmo, Frie&ens* Richard F. 

Ku retsch 

25. Houston, Bethel. H„ H* Schowe 
26* Christ. O* P. Schroerluke 
27* First. D* Baltzer 

Houston: Wm, J* Luthe 
28* St* John Evan. Luth., White Oak 

29, St* Peter Evan* Luth., Spring 

Branch 

30, Kurten. Zion, William Wuerz 

31, Kyle, St- John, Fritz O* Winckel- 

mann 

32, Lewisville* Friedens, R. Uhlbom, 

Supply 

33, Lockhart* Christ, Edward T* Plitt 
Lone Star Parish: L, F* Modschiedler 

34, Fried ens, Gay HtU 
35* Immanuel, Lyons 

36. St Stephen* Mound Prairie 
37* Salem* Birch 

38, *Manor. St. John Evan, Luth,, Rich¬ 
land, Jul* John* Kaslske 
89. Marion, Redeemer, E* H. Schwengel 
40* Marlin, St Paul, Konrad Mod¬ 
schiedler, Supply 

41. Need ville, Immanuel* Wm, E. Seholze 

42. New Braunfels, First Protestant* Ed¬ 

win H. Berger 

Orange Grove-Tynan-Woodsboro: 
Edwin O, Eiben 
43* Luther, Grange Grove 

44, Peace, Tynan 

45, Christ. Woodsboro 

46, Otto, R. D. t, St* John. K. M* Jeachk^ 


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47* Riesel, rViedengj Vacant 

San Angelo-Rowena: Frank W. 
Lammert 

48. Immanuel, San Angelo 
40, Zoar, Rowena 

50. San Antonio, Bethany, Carl Burkle 

51. Community, W. H, Aufderhaar 

52. Schulenburg, St Paul'e* Arm in F. 

Bahnsen 

53. Seguin, Cross, Roland Pantermueh! 
Bpring; Horst R, Jeschke 

64. Christ, Cypress 

56. Immanuel, Spring 

56. Trinity, Hockley 

57. Three Oaks, Frledcns, Carl Burkle 

58. Waco, Zion, C. Wolfit 

60, Waco* R. D. 2, St, John, Robinson, 
J, F. Krueger 

60. *Zlon, Mooreville. Supplied 

61. Washington, Friedens, P, Piepenbrok 
Weimar-New Bielau: C, Emlgholz 

62. Weimar Evan. & Ref., Weimar 

63. * Trinity, Evan. Luth., New Bielau 
West Gerald: Russell Mueller 

64. St. Paul, Gerald 

65. St. Peter, West 

Womack-Cayote: Edwin G, Kloppe 

66. St John, Valley Mills, R. R. 2 

67. Zion, Clifton, R. R. i 

Mfttlvter* without Charge 

Th. C. BerLekamp (G), A. Janke (E), 
Robert U Kalkbrcnner (I), Earl E. Klein, 
Fh.D, (I), Paul C, Kniker, C. A. Koenig 
< E), Reinhold Maechtele (D), Karl 
Merkel (E), G, Mornhimveg (E), Car* 
Mueller (E), J. C. Rieger <E), John 
Strauss (E), R. Uhlhorn <E>, J. Ziegler 
CE|, 

WEST NEW YORK SYNOD 
Officers and Council 

(Terms expire 1947) 

President, Rev, Paul G, Frankenfeld, 16 
Peoria St., Buffalo 7, New York; Vice- 
President, Rev. Oscar C. Nussmann, 255 
Hamilton St., Rochester 7, N. Y.; Secre¬ 
tary, Rev. Albert'A. Meussllng, 417 Sher¬ 
man St-, Buffalo 12, N, Y .; Treasurer, 
Mr, Raymond G. Christ, 87 Deerfield Ave., 
Buffalo IS N. Y. ‘ Lay Member, Mr. Ray¬ 
mond Cook, 158 Barnhart Drive, Snyder 
21, N. Y. 

No. Location—Name of Church—Pastor 

New York 

Attica-Orangev file: O, J, Dietsche 

1, St. Paul, Attica 

2, Immanuel, Orangeville 

3, Auburn, St. Luke, Ralph A. Phll- 

brook, D,D, 

Bennington-Sheldon; Warren T- 
Hilfiker 

4, St. John, Sheldon 

5, Salem, Bennington 

6, Boston. St, Paul: Vacant 
Buffalo 

7, Bethany, Herbert A, Rrethauer 

8, Bethlehem, Julius W. Kuck 

9, Calvary, Wm. R. Walch 

10. Christ. Carl G. Vogelmann 

11. Emanuel. John F. Steve 

12. Grace, Charles Q. Bayard 

13. Grace Evan., Paul E. Strauch 

14. Immanuel, Paul G. Frankenfeld 

15. Jerusalem, Harold J. Snstker 

16. Kenilworth, Paul G. Frankenfeld 

17. Kenmore* Theodore T. Lehmann 

18. Pilgrim, Alfred J. Nles 

19. St. Andrew, Frederick W. Ffltzer 

20. St, James, Walter Ott 

21. St. John, John S. Huebschmann 

22. St. John, John P. Kochner 

23. St, Luke, W, Marion Jesehke, Ph.D. 

24. St Matthew, Herman A, Fenske 


25, St- Paul, Edwin E. Staudt Jr. 

26, St Pauf and St Mark, Robert H, 

Keller 

27, St. Peter United, H. H. Lohans 

and Wm. H. Tempest 

28, St, Stephen, Arthur T. Gerhold 

29, Salem, Albert A, Meussling 

30* Salem, Herman J, Hahn 

31, Trinity, Leon K. Molter 

32. Trinity United, Rodney Heckman 

33- West Side, Hungarian, Andrew 

Babinsky 

34. First Hungarian, N. Tonawanda, 

Andrew Babinsky 
36. Zion: Vacant 

36, Zoar* Arthur K. Beiaheim 

37* Cattaraugus, St, John, Merl F, 
Schiffman 

38. Dunkirk, St John: Vacant 

39. Ebenezer, Ebenezer, H. F. W. 

Schultz 

49. Elmira, First German, Paul P. 
Frohne 

41. Fayette* Christ Federated, Ralph A. 

Philbrook. D.D., Supply 

42. Gowanda, Trinity, Merl F, Schiffman 
Hambur g-Eden: P- W, Meisenheimer 

43. St. James* Hamburg 

44. St John, Eden 

45. Hornet 1, St, Paul, Arthur Scnnew&ld 

46. Lockrorr, St. Peter, 'Herbert I* 

Siegncr, Supply 

North Ton a wanda-Shawnee: Theo¬ 
dore Mayer* D.D. 

47. 'Friedens, North Tonawanda 

48. St Paul, Shawnee 

North Tonawanda-Tonawanda 1 J. J. 
Braun, D.D. 

49. St. Peter, North Tonawanda 

59. St. Peter, Tonawanda 

51. Rochester* Chii&t, Bernard J. Tepas 
51. Dewey Avenue, Carl T. Smith 

53. Emanuel* Oscar C. Nussman 

54. St. Paul, Alfred G. Schnake 

55. Salem, Paul M. Schroeder, D.D*, 

and J. Blaine Fister 

56. Trinity, Carl G. Haase 

57. Rome, Trinity, Henry J. Leemhuls 

58. Syracuse, Friedens, Warner H, Sie- 

bert 

59. Tonawanda, Salem, Walter F. IJetzcl 

60. Town I.ine, St Paul, Max R. Senne- 

wald 

Wayland-Perkins vllle: Harold L. 
Hess 

61. St Paul, Wayland 

62. St Peter, Perkinsville 
Wendclvilie-MlHersport; Karl M, 

Kindt 

63. *St. Paul* R, 1, N, Tonawanda 

64. *st. Stephen R. 1 , E, Amherst 

65. Westfield, St. Peter: Vacant 
West Seneca-East Hamburg: A. H. 

Juergens 

66. Immanuel, East Hamburg 

67. St Peter* West Seneca 

Ontario, Canada 

68. Snyder, St John* J. S, Huehsch- 

mann 

Pennsylvania 

69. Erie, St Paul* Irving O, Tepas 
Erle-Fairvlew; A* F, Abele 

70. First, Erie 

71. St James, Fair view 

72. Warren, Emanuel, William T, Lane 


Ministers without Charge 

W, F. Adams, M.D. (I), F. William 
Bauer (E), H- A, Dies (E), F. W. Duhl, 
Henry A. Kraemer* D.D. (EL Rufus H. 
LeFevre (I), C. Lehman, Fh.D. (I), Carl 
Loos (E). Emil W. Menzel (ML Theo. L 
Trost <GL W, H, Warner (E), F. H* 
Willkens* Fh.D, (I), Carl J. Zimmerman 
(G), Alb In R, Zink (E). Licentiate: E. 
J. Dahl man (I). 


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§ 


Statistics of the Evangelical and 
Reformed Church 

For the Year Ending December 31, 1945 


MEMBERSHIP AND GROWTH 


No. 

V 

SYNODS 

(A 

c 

5 

Sf 

g 

£ 

05 O 

c£ 

a? 

Charges 

§ 

4 

U 

to , 
G 

6 

3? 

a 

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33 

S* 

Total 

Losses 

Communicant 

Membership 

Dec, 31* 1945 

1 

w 

ft’H 

+£ to 

S| 

si 

►H'CS 

to 

£ 

i 

s 

£ ® 
o v 

Sgs 

02 

<u w . „ 

III 

1 

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g £t) 

lloj 

Kji 

Ills 

1. 

California ..— 

20 

20 

23 

24 

266 

204 

3*046 

128 

2,229 

1,542 

2* 

Central Penna.. 

36 

16 

41 

102 

690 

648 

14*334 

416 

10,808 

12.102 

3. 

Dakota ... 

17 

4 

! 27 

66 

221 

173 

3,759 

82 

2*972 

1*792 

4, 

East Penna.- 

38 

7 

42 

75 

1,264 

1,125 

19,748 

701 

16,096 

16,609 

5. 

Iowa —----— 

57 

12 

71 

82 

1,016 

619 

16,340 

573 

12,939 

9*194 

6. 

Kansas City --—... 

54 

25 

75 

82 

788 

549 

13,540 

386 

10,562 

8*362 

7. 

Lancaster .. 

47 

41 

67 

90 

1,335 

939 

24,866 

762 

19,907 

19*903 

S. 

Lehigh ....... 

40 

10 

43 

33 

1,579 

1,240 

29,558 

834 

24,696 

21*955 

y. 

Magyar ... 

28 

11 

42 

46 

550 

404 

6,650 

342 

6,353 

1*985 

10. 

Mercersburg .. 

50 

15 

55 

106 

1,020 

922 

23,339 

559 

J 

19*667 

1 

24*686 

11, 

Mich.-In d .. 

84 

22 

90 

105 

2,099 

1,677 

31,154 

1,225 

21,504 

15,266 

12. 

Missouri Valley .. 

94 

64 

101 

124 

2,683 

2,308 

32,612 

1*287 

25,998 

18*226 

13. 

Nebraska ............. 

40 

9 

53 

60 

593 

435 

8,937 

300 

7,205 

4,228 

14. 

New York ...................... 

29 

23 

31 

37 

459 

423 

7,697 

354 

6,516 

3*656 

15, 

Northeast Ohio ****.*...... 

52 

25 

54 

64 

1,923 

1,317 

24,228 

893 

18,405 

13,467 

16. 

Northern ..,, 

46 

12 

59 

87 

1,075 

790 

14,448 

558 

11*485 

4,828 

17. 

North Illinois ... 

123 

49 

128 

135 

3,136 

2*792 

49,422 

2,068 

40,650 

21*068 

18* 

Northwest Ohio ... 

65 

27 

78 

96 

1,466 

1,036 

25*343 

763 

19,407 

17,056 

19. 

North Wisconsin . 

57 

24 

64 

84 

1,636 

1,051 

22,160 

736 

17.886 

7,408 

20. 

Pacific Northwest ........ 

12 

11 

21 

21 

114 

85 

1,835 

77 

1,502 

1.317 

21. 

Philadelphia —..._....... 

61 

52 

63 

81 

1,583 

1,189 

24*128’ 

717 

19*800 

17,404 

22- 

Pittsburgh .. 

79 

26 

97 

150 

l t 4l0 

1*377 

30,994 

842 

23.594 

19,749 

n. 

Potomac ___ 

61 

41 

69 

105 

1,333 

1,181 

24*674 

816 

19,374 

16,851 

24. 

Reading ........ 

51 

15 

65 

105 

2,348 

1,993 

36*407 

1,060 

29*390 

25,542 

25. 

Rocky Mountain 

15 

S 

21 

21 

414 

387 

4,268 

236 

3,648 

1,592 

28. 

Southeast Ohio 

50 

13 

59 

99 

1,467 

1,369 

24,785 

716 

18*747 

17,983 

27- 

Southern .. 

31 

32 

40 

62 

715 

426 

12*907 

222 

8*488 

11,712 

28, 

South Illinois .-. 

68 

9 

81 

92 

1,794 

1,598 

23*150 

831 

19,461 

11,768 

29. 

South Indiana .............. 

81 

17 

39 

104 

1,898 

1,475 

32,927 

887 

22*778 

21.455 

30. 

Southwest Ohio ............ 

85 

13 

90 

111 

2,012 

1,419 

28,764 

1,109 

24,507 

19*059 

31. 

South Wisconsin ♦♦*»*«** 

57 

15 

65 

83 

1,626 

1,083 

20,344 

805 

15,930 

7,645 

32, 

Susquehanna ... 

3$ 

10 

43 

85 

1,028 

894 

18,632 

578 

14*646 

11,861 

33, 

Texas .... 

46 

13 

52 

67 

1,103 

879 

14,757 

531 

11,560 

6,377 

34. 

West New York .. 

57 

15 

63 

72 

1,475 

1,131 

26,218 

S85| 

20,189 

8,966 


Totals .. 

1*769 

705 

2,057 

2,806 

44,118 

35,188 

695,971 

23*279 

570,899 

422,964 


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Statistics of the Evangelical and 
Reformed Church 


For the Year Ending December 31, 1945 




BENEVOLENCES 


CONGREGATIONAL! EXPENSES 

frqferty of 
congregations 

% 

Amount of 
Apportionment 

Paid on 
Apportionment 

World Service 
Fund 

1 

1 

o 

E-iffl 

■■I 

If! 

& C QJ 

SS§ 

i 

to 
+j, <v 

3 * 

UW 

S3 

fa 

ho 

i& 

yH 

31 

o o 

843 

|g« 

to 

& 

Sg 

<U o 

S ® 

I. 

10,284 

9,499 

4*560 

20,900 

17,416 

59,555 

101*645 

540,000 

82*200 

2* 

39.717 

38*126 

5,942 

60,392 

32,424 

126,501 

137,368 

1*876,954 

213,332 

3. 

6*599 

6,702 

3,642 

14*689 

50 

23,966 

29*436 

134,250 

59,150 

4* 

51*350 

39*173 

8,116 

71,571 

23*715 

207*089 

269*856 

2,755*750 

199,300 

5* 

49,900 

49,249 

24,886 

93*609 

33,583 

195*803 

262,583 

1,620*435 

318,250 

6, 

42,333 

40,125 

30,640 

84,433 

13,693 

168*577 

216,813 

1,563,275 

261*850 

7. 

72,991 

66,676 

13,993 

110,527 

42,850 

250*213 

325,542 

3.050,050 

346*955 


68*642 

46,956 

6,304 

89,190 

49*292 

243,640 

325*340 

4,255,800 

208*500 

9. 

23,047 

7,142 

9,565 

. 45*462 

23,639 

148,730 

229,433 

1,335,000 

227,600 

10. 

63,794 

65,390 

17,873 

121,715 

23,451 

248*794 

304*378 

3*875*385 

302,185 

11. 

92,239 

31,976 

33*410 

163,173 

65*048 

413,729 

561,534 

3.840,380 

1*278,380 

12* 

38*280 

74,266 

49,418 

172,492 

126,364 

389,473 

568,639 

3,771*200 

464*700 

vs. 

23,379 

21,907 

3,469 

34,920 

9,217 

104,387 

144,390 

562,375 

178*750 

14. 

26,822 

17*556 

5,555 

30*140 

30*204 

130*575 

176,565 

1*574,520 

172,000 

15. 

82,488 

68,182 

26,378 

144*994 

39,262 

337*668 

441*524 

3*316,189 

291.003 

16. 

36,615 

30,445 

11,114 

53,632 

17.074 

150*220 

193*393 

1,076*900 

247,555 

17. 

125,279 

86,823 

34,535 

217*632 

136,275 

656*323 

910,897 

5,611*516 

1,428*970 

18- 

74*034 

70,370 

33*201 

146*196 

51*637 

274,355 

383*673 

3,086,400 

331*310 

19* 

52*071 

39,661 

14,123 

72*725 

34,281 

138*866 

255,905 

1,642*000 

295,600 

20* 

6*796 

6*201 

2,603 

12*769 

6,536 

32,822 

44,133 

228*800 

72,650 

21. 

84,177 

70,485 

16*352 

114*218 

115,352 

337,107 

502,101 

4,523*000 

383,394 

22* 

92,133 

73,247 

15*210 

129,033 

27*002 

371,676 

469*771 

3,339,695 

469,377 

23. 

71*549 

53*801 

12*954 

98,848 

66*735 

288,566 

440*554 

4,160,590 

439,725 

.24* 

81,306 

60*626 

11,242 

101,787 

101,736 

299*012 

457,243 

5*330*293 

294,678 

25* 

9,317 

7,465 

4*929 

15,426 

18,004 

42,701 

65,936 

240,500 

79,400 

26. 

75,077 

73,790 

29,643 

137*278 

37,312 

256,088 

335*272 

2,437*800 

256*630 

27- 

37,574 

87,609 

5,910 

73,942 

36.931 

126*476 

214.040 

1.470*700 

193,000 

28 * 

57,737 

49,259 

23*773 

90*562 

32,231 

231*731 

325,473 

2,176*550 

311*650 

29. 

102,242 

96,835 

51,445 

200,407 

108.812 

399,998 

602,853 

4,717,568 

462,100 

30. 

90,562 

78,552 

28*176 

131*662 

105,255 

432,697 

620,719 

4,457*339 

484*300 

31, 

51,017 

46,640 

13,330 

105*949 

55,929 

215*389 

303,790 

1,797*625 

278,015 

32. 

47,055 

82,934 

2*809 

53*926 

43,110 

171*383 

241*257 

2,210*500 

270*600 

33. 

37*642 

35,217 

14,046 

59*548 

15,921 

159*488 

207,411 

1,395,855 

221,700 

34. 

76,719 

61,601 

17,878 

101,878 

88,098 

362*430 

519,694 

3,396,610 

292*800 


1,954*667 

1.649,486 

592,029 

3,175,680 

1,634,145 

8,046*527 

11,240,661 

87*471,344 

11,467,152 


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Statistical Tables of the Congregations 

For the Year Ending December 31, 1945 

* 

« * * * 

The statistics of the congregations by synods found on the following pages 
are those reported to the office of the Secretary of the Church by the pastors 
or proper officials in the local congregations. The name of the pastor given is 
not always that of the person preparing the report. Because it was necessary 
to prepare the printer's copy of these tabulations late in July it was impossible 
to record the many later changes in pastorates. Many of the more recent 
changes are listed in the Locations of Churches and especially in the official 
Rosters of the Synods. 

f # 

There are two noteworthy features in connection with this year's reports. 
Only fifty-nine of our more than 2800 congregations failed to submit a report, 
as compared with sixty-two last year and one hundred and two the previous 
year? also, so spontaneous was the response that the last report was received 
on May 22 as compared with July 1 last year. Twenty synods again had perfect 
records. Given in the order in which they attained the 100% goal, they are as 
follows: Northeast Ohio, Mercershurg, Lancaster, Philadelphia, Lehigh, South¬ 
ern, East Pennsylvania, Southeast Ohio, Potomac, North Illinois, West New 
York, Pacific Northwest, South Illinois, South Indiana, Reading, Southwest 
Ohio, New York, Northern, Northwest Ohio and Susquehanna. The fifty-nine 
non-reporting congregations are distributed among the synods as follows: Cali- 
fonia, 3; Central Pennsylvania, 2; Dakota, 2S; Iowa, 5: Magyar, Z; Michigan- 
Indiana, Z; Missouri Valley, 5: Nebraska, 3; Pittsburgh, 2, and Kansas City, 
North Wisconsin, Rocky Mountain, South Wisconsin and Texas each one. Of 
the fifty-nine not reporting, thirty-six were either vacant or supplied, and 
twenty-three had full-time pastors. Several of the latter have not submitted a 
report for three years or more! 

The suggestion is offered and the challenge issued that all 1946 statistical 
reports be mailed to the office of the Secretary of the Church by the first day 
of Lent, February 19,1947. 


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EXPLANATION Of COOC AND SYMBOLS 

The asterisk {*) designates congregations which ere affiliated* and not In full membership with the Evangelical and Reformed Church. 

The symbol I indicates that congregations so marked returned no report for 1945 1 and that the statistics used are those of a previous year, in cases where 


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“/I Takes a Lot of Running to Stay in the Same PlaceP 9 

Alice's experience in Wonderland serves to point a moral. Any institution 
with a glorious history might easily sit down and live off its past. 

When an institution has enjoyed 229 years of distinguished service to 
ministers and their families it might be inclined to rest on its laurels. But 
THE FUND deliberately sets its face toward the future. It searches out new 
ways to serve the present age; seeks to equip itself more adequately to serve 
the forward-looking ministry of today. 

You can address your inquiries with confidence to 

The Presbyterian Ministers' Fund 

far life Insurance 
ALEXANDER MACKIE, President 

The First Life Insurance Company in America — The Oldest in the World. 
Serving Ministers. Their Wives and Theological Students of All 
Protestant Den om ina lions 

Founded 1717 — Chartered 1759 

Home Office—1805 Walnut Street, Philadelphia 3, Pennsylvania 

Boston Office—14 Beacon Street. Boston S, Massachusetts 
St. Louis Office—1201 Arcade Building, St. Louis l p Missouri. 

"More Than a Business — an Institution** 


St. Lucas Evangelical Deaconess Hospital 

FARIBAULT, MINNESOTA 

We earnestly solicit applications of consecrated girls who have 
completed the High School course in the upper bracket of the class 
and who have a deep desire to be Christian nurses. You will be 
thrilled and rewarded. Classes begin in September. 

Apply early for the application blanks and for further particulars 
by writing to 

Sr. Caroline Pepmeier, Dir, of Nursing School 


Evangelical and Reformed Orphans Home 

Hoyletcm, Illinois 

CARL H. STRUCKMEVER, Superintendent 

Founded in 1894 is now under supervision of South Illinois Child 
Welfare Association of Evangelical and Reformed Church. Administra¬ 
tion f control and management are vested in a board of directors repre¬ 
senting the South Illinois, South Indiana and Iowa Synods. Supported 
by gifts gf love through friends in the various churches of the de¬ 
nomination. 


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CAROLINE MISSION, INC 


1823 Hickory, St. Louis 4, Mo. 

• 

Located in an underprivileged area of downtown St. Louis, Missouri, 
Provides a CHRISTIAN SETTLEMENT HOUSE program as well as a 
full CHURCH program. Included are Church and Church School every 
Sunday, and over 45 distinct clubs and organizations in both the settle¬ 
ment house" and church programs. Our social worker meets poverty 
crises with relief assistance. Our staff of six full-time group workers, 
two part-time workers, and sixty volunteer group workers need your 
financial giving in order to carry on this vital work. If you are 
interested in giving your assistance, make checks payable to CARO¬ 
LINE MISSION and send contributions to the above address. 

• 

REV. CARL C. RASCHE 
Pastor and Superintendent 

REV. PAUL M. SCHNAKE 
Associate Pastor 


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HOOD 

COLLEGE 

Frederick, Maryland 

Confers the degrees of A,B„ 
B.S. in Home Economics and 
B + S. in Nursing (combined col- j 
lege-hospital five year course). 
Approved courses in Education 
including practice teaching. Also 
courses in Home Economics, Art 
and Music, 

Campus of 125 acres. Fourteen 
modern buildings. Ideally lo- ; 
cated forty-three miles from 
Washington and forty-five miles 
from Baltimore. 

* 

Fully accredited* 

3 

For information address: 

THE REGISTRAR 
Hood College Frederick, Md. 


REUTER 
PIPE ORGANS 

The outstanding 
value in the realty 
fine pipe organs 

% 

By all means investigate 

REUTER 

before you buy 

• 

THE REUTER 
ORGAN COMPANY 

Lawrence, Kansas 


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THE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 

LANCASTER, PENNSYLVANIA 

This School of Theology, the oldest theological institution of the 
Evangelical and Reformed Church, was founded in 1825. Its present 
faculty consists of six Professors and three Instructors. The Swander, 
the McCauley, and the David B. Schneder Foundations provide annual 
courses of lectures. 

In September 1946 the Seminary abandoned the accelerated program 
and returned to the two semester plan, beglning, respectively, in Sep¬ 
tember and February. In addition to the required work in the six 
departments, courses are offered in Christian Education, Field Work, 
Rural Church Problems, History and Theory of Missions, History and 
Comparative Study of Religion, and Church Music. Required and 
elective courses lead to the degree of Bachelor of Divinity. Daily 
worship in Santee Chapel, with pipe organ under the direction of a 
Fellow' of the American Guild of Organists, 

No charge for tuition. Rooms and board in Richards Hall and Dietz 
Hall at moderate rates. 


For further information ad4ren 

THEODORE F. HERMAN, PRESIDENT 




Davis Art Glass 
Company, Inc. 

Established l&SK 

Stained and Decorative Glass 
Memorial Windows 
for Churches and Institutions 

We also install window venti¬ 
lators and do skilled repair work 

3922 Olive St., St* Louis ft. Mo, 

KEianklin 6*$40 


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HOMEWOOD CHURCH HOME 

1817 Virginia Avenue, Hagerstown, Md. 

“FOR PEOPLE OLD AND FEEBLE” 

This Home has been operating for more than twelve years without any 
more equipment than that of a private dwelling- With this handicap Home- 
wood cared for the feeble, seriously ill and dying. 

For lack of equipment and room many of the most needy had to be refused 
admission. i 

We are now engaged In collecting funds for an adequately equipped Home 1 
and ask for your helpful support. We offer appropriate memorials. 

REV. W. R, HARTZEUU Superintendent 

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We Specialize 

in Parts and Supplies 

for repairing, modernizing, 
and enlarging pipe organs. 
Insist upon our products. 

ORGAN SUPPLY 
CORPORATION 

540-550 East 2nd St., Erie, Pa, 


j CHURCH DECORATORS 
AND DESIGNERS 

Gaffer Studios 

1305 Woodbine Place 
Fort Wayne 5, Ind, 
Lighting Fixtures 

Radiator Shields 

Religious Paintings 



YOUR SUMMER 

Spend it gloriously amt profitably amid a peaceful, happy, Christian 
Atmosphere on the Shores of Lake Frie 
Spiritual Refreshment. Congenial Fellowship and Physical Recreation 
await your arrival 


DUNKIRK CONFERENCE GROUNDS 
of the Evangelical and Reformed Church 


Camps for Intermediates, Seniors, L. T- S. and three separate camps of 
week each for the entire family in late July and eariy August 
Generally admitted to be one of the finest church-camps in America 


Write to 


one 


Box 109, Dunkirk, N, Y, 


SACRAMENTAL WINES 

Of Unquestioned Purity and 
Exacting Quality 

as demanded far their high pur- 
pose. The products of Los Her- 
manos famous California vine¬ 
yards. 

ROHRMAN-BOEGER CO. 

19 S, LaSalle Street 

CHICAGO a, ILLINOIS 
Phone: Andover 2416 


ORGANS 

TOWER 

CHIMES 


BOHN ORGAN COMPANY 

Fort Wayne B„ Indiana 



"THE SIUN OP TONMOROV" 


The All-Metal 'Neon Hulletin Hoard’* In for the MunmIvc 
C athedral or Small Chapel, City or Country 

Specifications; 7t" x x Wt. 330 lbs. Closed waterproof front. 

Back removable, no hinges, locked when in place. Standards are 5£Vk w - 
Four feet for ground base. Hangers when attached to building. Name 
of Church and Pastor on frosted glass, white neon flows behind it. 
White or soft blue neon around face, inclosed. 21 <i black 2" letters, also 
3fi words mostly used. Finished in black brown, green, and silver gray 
rufeoat cement. Automatic Tyme Clock to turn neon on and off 

tf Supreme value ” for your money plus durability, quality, and beauty 
Complete, $IS@ t 75, Terms? ¥95.00 with order, balance on delivery, F. tl. II. 
FOR KtltTHER INFORMATION, WRITK 

THE NEON BULLETIN BOARD 

Office and Factory: ItlUIMOM), INDIANA P. O. Hox 67 


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hie MI-SPIERS SmiOSnc 

DESIGNERS AND 
CRAFTSMEN OF FINE 

STAINED GLASS 
CARVED WOODWORK 
ALTAR FURNISHINGS 
BRONZE MEMORIAL TABLETS 
* • since ifias • • 
STUDIOS AT 

E8TERS0N.16 NEW JERSEY 



| HEIDELBERG 
COLLEGE 

Tiffin, Ohio 
Founded 1850 

A Christian, co-educational, fully 
j accredited, liberal arts college 
! with about six hundred students* 
I Courses offered leading to three 
degrees: Bachelor of Ails, Bach- 
! elor of Science, and Bachelor of 
{ Music. 

I A college which insists upon (a) 
high standards of scholarship, 
(b) personal contact of students 
with mature teachers, (c) an 
j unmistakably Christian atmos- 
J phere, and (d) a minimum ex- 
f pense. 

I For illustrated literature and 
catalogue write to 

NEVIN C* HARNER 
President 

EDWIN R. BUTCHER 
Director of Admissions 


Evangelical Hospital of Chicago 

5421 South Morgan Street Chicago, Illinois 

REVEREND JOSEPH A. GEORGE, D.D.. Administrator 
MINA HAUSMANN, R.N., Superintendent of Nurses 


A temple of healing under the ministry of the Church. Fully ap¬ 
proved and accredited, serving an industrial community in the great 
metropolis of Chicago, 

Owned and operated by Evangelical Hospital Association consisting 
of thirty Evangelical and Reformed Churches of the Chicago area. 

A fully accredited School of Nursing is conducted by the hospital, 
open to Christian young women of all denominations. Especially de¬ 
sirous of training young women of the Evangelical and Reformed 
Church, High academic standing with a large field for practical appli¬ 
cation of nurse training. 

Write for School of Nursing information 















URSINUS COLLEGE 

Collegeville, Pennsylvania 

N. E. McCLURE, President 


Serving the needs of the youth of our church 
for three-quarters of a century 


Located in a section of Pennsylvania rich in colonial history. 
One hour from Philadelphia, three hours from New York. 
Convenient bus and train connections. Scholarships and 
self-help positions for members of church families. 

For information address 

REGISTRAR 


; Church Furnishings 

; Cliancel Furniture 

We specialize in Paintings* Altar 
Furnishings, Draperies and Trim¬ 
mings* Write us your needs. De¬ 
signs and prices sent on request* 

Bra** Good* are now available 

KLAGSTAD STUDIOS 

Hit 5th 5t„ So. 

Minneapolis 2, Minn. 


St. Paul’s 
Old Folks Home 

1021 West E Street 
Belleville, Illinois 

RBV, JOHN niVFKJj, Supt* 

This Home accommodates 17 
guests. There is a long waiting 
list. We need more room. Your 
gifts and bequests are cordially 
solicited- 


Evangelical 
Deaconess Home 
and Hospital 

MARSHALLTOWN, IOWA 

An institution devoted to the 
ministry of healing and the 
training of Christian young 
women for the Deaconess call¬ 
ing and the Nursing professon* 

School of Nursing fully 
accredited. 

For detailed information 
write to 

REV. A. MATZNER, Supt* 


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Evangelical Deaconess Hospital 

DETROIT, MICHIGAN 
Accredited School of Nursing 

Requirements for Admission —diploma from an accredited 
high school; all work to be done in the college preparatory 
or academic department thus providing university entrance 
requirements; stature of not less than five feet and two 
inches; good health and character. 

High school courses in Latin and chemistry are not required 
for admission, nevertheless both are very beneficial to the 
student nurse. 

Please address communications to 

fitter Emma Marzahn, R.N. 


3245 East Jefferson Avenue 


Detroit 7, Michigan 







Mission House 


CHURCH FURNITURE 

COLLEGE and 


by 

THEOLOGICAL 

SEMINARY 


"TIFFIN” 

Offer* Full (JuuraeH leading to the 
B*A., II. S. and B.Th. degree*. 


OUR 73rd YEAR 

COMFORTABLE PEWS 

Aim : Scholarship - Spirituality 
Strength - Service 


BEAUTIFUL MAN!)-CARVING . 

Competent Teachers 


CHANCEL FURNITURE 

Healthful Climate 


Designs and Estimates on 

A Christian Spirit Prevails 
Throughout 


Request 

$440.00 per year, Including Board, 
Hoorn and Tuition 


THE TIFFIN 

Catalog: upon request* Write to 


MANUFACTURING CO. 

R©y* Paul Grosshuesch, D.D. 


72 Melmore Street 

President 


TIFFIN, OHIO 

Plymouth, Wticoiuin 


Incorporated 1874 

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SVOBODA 

CHURCH FURNITURE CO. 

ALTARS, PULPITS, RAILINGS 
BAPTISMAL FONTS 
HYMN BOARDS 
PEWS, LECTERNS 
WOOD CARVINGS 

KEWAUNEE, WISCONSIN 


THE EVANGELICAL 
DEACONESS HOSPITAL 

1821 West Wisconsin Avenue 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

FULLY ACCREDITED 
ROTATING INTERNESH1PS 
SCHOOL OF NURSING 

Detailed Information upon 
request 



The 


Mercersburg 

Academy 

A well-equipped and beautifully 
Ideated preparatory school. [HI 
miles from Washington. 10,000 
alhmni from 48 states, 30 foreign 
nations. Prepares for entrance 
to any college in the U- S. Mer¬ 
cers hurg develops self-reliance, 
good Judgment. Every boy joins 
a literary society, studies public 
speaking* 17 tennis courts. 3 
football fields* gymnasium, etc. 
Many Olympic team members, 
Rhodes scholars. Famous chapel 
and carillon. J union school. 

Founded 1838, Cntnlog, 
Address 

Charles S. Tippetts, Ph.D. 
Litt.D. 

HERGEHSIIl'RG, PA. 




THE 

GEORGE W. and AGNES 
HOFFMAN ORPHANAGE 

R, F. D« No, 1, Littles town, Pa. 
Rev, Arthur Teeming, Supt, 

Hoffman’s one hundred and nine¬ 
ty-two acres are located in the 
scenic-historic surroundings of 
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Its 
cottage plan of housing and 
unique equipment are designed 
to provide adequate Christian 
home care and practical training 
for dependent Church - related 
boys and girls of Mercersburg, 
and portions of Potomac and 
Central Pennsylvania Synods. 
The economic security and physi¬ 
cal stability that Hoffman Home 
enjoys are due to the thoughtful¬ 
ness of many friends expressed 
in various VOLUNTARY contri¬ 
butions. 

A Child's Need nnd A Friend** 
Deed Meet at 

-HOFFMAN HOME” 

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NURSING AS A CAREER 


A fully accredited School of Nursing with a student body of 150 
Affiliated with Evansville College and Indiana University 

Five year course with R. N. and B. S. degrees 
Three year course with R.N. degree 

Faculty of twenty-one with a full-time Chaplain as adviser. 

Protestant Deaconess Hospital 

Evansville, Indiana 
ALBERT C, HAHN, Administrator 


A Benevolent Institution of the Evangelical and Reformed Church 
Approved h y all state and national medical and hospital associations 




! 1 

Lowest Prices 

MASSANUTTEN 


Communion Cloths 

ACADEMY 

Woodstock, Virginia 


Lace — Linen 

Altar Scarfs 

Velvet — Damask 

Established in 1899 by the Vir¬ 
ginia Classis of the Reformed 
Church, Senior and Junior 
schools preparing boys for col¬ 
lege or business. Unusually fine 
equipment for 200 hoys* Ac- i 
credited by leading colleges and 
universities, A 300 acre farm 
and recreation camp on the 
Shenandoah River, which solves 
the week-end problem, and is 
used for a summer camp. 


WRITE FOR SAMPLES 

t 

Plache 

Decorating 

Company 

4477 WASHINGTON BLVD, 

For catalog address 


ST, LOUIS 8, MO, 

DR. HOWARD J. BENCHOFF 
Head Matter 


Church Painting, Decorating 
and Remodeling 


, i 

Estimates submitted 


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This bridge at the Marthasville location, 
built to a great extent with the help of 
mentally deficient men, literally connects 
the institution with the outride world. Thus 
they have built a bridge into our world. 
The bridge tcJiicJt we must build to them 
is of sympathetic understanding , lott¬ 

ing support and full-time Christian service . 


On the Marthaeville and St 
Charles farms, which are com¬ 
munities of their own, build¬ 
ings and equipment provide a 
home for about 250 perma¬ 
nently handicapped human be¬ 
ings- Some are very helpless, 
needing much personal care. 
For them there Is fellowship, 
entertainment, recreation* They 
worship the Lord at morning 
and evening devotionals, and 
in Sunday services. 

But the work is suffering 
for lack of attendants* These 
workers at Emmaus must come 


from the rank and file of our 
Church* For more information on this kind of Christian service to the 
least among the brethren of the Christ, write to the superintendent of 
either of the two locations. 

The Evangelical Emmaus Homes for Epileptics and Feebleminded 

John C* EuM, Supt. Dependent upon Theophil Stoerker, Supt, 

Marthasville, Mo* h* e vrill gifts. St, Charles, Mo* 


CHANCEL ALTERATIONS 



Perns-Church Woodwork 

Qssit Church Furniture Co. 

Janesville, Wisconsin 

SINCE 1 S 67 

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SCiigrn Organa 


The artistic achievement of 
seven generations. In prominent 
churches throughout the land. 
For the small church or chapel 
the Harmonic Ensemble, a gen¬ 
uine pipe organ, is the Ideal 
instrument* 

0hp Sulgra Organ ffiatnpatuj 

FACTORY—46S3 W. FI or In a ant Ave* 
ST* LOUIS 15, MO* 


Eugene R* Kilgen, President 



WARD 

GOWNS 


HANGtNUS — ORNAMENTS 
Altar Bra** Ware and Supplies 

Catalog Free on Request 

THE C. B, WARD CO* 

NEW LONDON, OHIO 


for Choir 

and Pulpit 



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GOWNS 

FOR CHOIR AND PULPIT 



Select Moor* Gowns lor ah In¬ 
spiring I y beautiful appaaranct 
lor wart fo coma, Styl« for 
adult, Intermediate and junior 
choirs In many beautiful mate¬ 
rials, Write for FREE Choir Ap¬ 
parel Style Boole C27, Pulpit 
Apparel Style Book CP77. Ask 
for Budget Payment Plan, 
Confirmation Gowns— 
Rental or Sale 

E-R-MOORE CO. 


032 Dakin fit. 
Chicago IS, Mt, 


425 Fifth Aye, 
New York 10, N. Y. 



EVANGELICAL 
DEACONESS HOSPITAL 

4229 PEARL HOAD 
CLEVELAND, OHIO 
Rev. Arinin A. Kitterer, Supt. 


The hospital Is owned and operated by the Evangelical Deaconess 
Society of Cleveland, Ohio. Member of all State and National Associa¬ 
tions, and approved by the American College of Surgeons, Present 
Bed Capacity 164 Beds. Plans and arrangements for a 60 bed addition 
are near completion. Cost to be approximately $300,000.00, Support of 
friends of our work will be appreciated. 


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ORGANS 

Pipe or Reed 

Blowers, Chimes, 
Etc, 

Maintenance ser¬ 
vice and repairs 
for all organs 

Roesler-Hunhclz, Inc, 

Since 1923 
2200 N. 11th St. 
Milwaukee 5, WIs, 


MENEELY 
BELL CO. 



Now entering our 78th year and 
hacked by six successive genera¬ 
tions of American bell founding, 
we offer the finest tower 
bell Installation*. 


HOME FOR THE AGED 

Wyncote, Pa. 

Maintained and supported by the 
congregations formerly in the 
Classic of Philadelphia, by Moth¬ 
er's Day offerings and other 
contributions. 

For information and application 
blanks, address the President, 
REV. CYRUS T. GLESSNER 
1009 W. Marshall St. 
Norristown, Penna. 



mxm 

widows 

JJ0E3 

■pe-TnisS 

HWHT 

sniDios 

114 WABASfi ST. 
PITTSBURGH 20, PA. 

ffltjrpp <®rtirratimta of Craftsnwn 
tn 

g’taintii anil Staiei (Blass 




MEMORIAL 

PAINTINGS 

John Krogmann, Artist 
3561 W* Fullerton 
Studio 1, Chicago 47 

A painting In your church in honor 
of a loved one will be a lasting, 
teaching memorial 




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ONE OF THE SOUTH’S 
FOREMOST 
CO-EDUCATIONAL 
LIBERAL ARTS 
COLLEGES 

. , , dedicated to a 
balanced development 
of the whole person 

• Accredited by the South* 
ern Association — the 
highest accrediting 
agency of the South. 

• Committed to the theory 
and practice of "indi¬ 
vidualized training.” 

• Accorded the honor of 
being called “A Bulwark 
of a Christian World.” 


A DISTINGUISHED FACULTY 

A SUPERIOR PHYSICAL PLANT 

A SCHOOL OF CHRISTIAN CULTURE 


Catawba College Offers 
a Broad Curriculum 

• Strong departments of 
language, science, phi¬ 
losophy, social science, 
religion, music, dramatic 
art, commerce, educa¬ 
tion, physical education, 
and home economics. 

• Pre - professional train¬ 
ing a specialty* pre¬ 
teaching, pre - medical, 
pre-dental, pre-law, pre- 
theological, and pre- 
engineering. 

• Present accelerated 
schedule permits com¬ 
pletion of regular four 
year course in two and 
two-thirds years, 

• Confers B.A. and B*S. 
degrees. 

Catalogue will be sent 
on request 



Catawba College helps youth to face the 
world — intelligently, purposefully and 
courageously . 


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The Home for the Aged 
Upper Sandusky, Ohio 

Ideal Location, Fine Build Inge, 
Excellent Equipment 

Open to Aged Members of the 
Evangelical and Reformed 
Church and others 

Address inquiries and contribu¬ 
tions to Rev* H. C. Kellermeyer, 
Secretary and Superintendent* 

Mrs* Katherine E. Grether, 

Matron 


Bethany Orphans’ Home 


Bethany children are happy and contented. Contentment follows perfect co¬ 
ordination of child aspirations and manager's sympathetic understanding* 
Bethany Is proud of and grateful for its beautiful and healthful natural 
setting* But we are far more proud when we can boast of a staff of em¬ 
ployees who can make our children truly happy In their adopted Home. When 
our children rejoice in the life experiences of Bethany then are we confident 
that we are attaining the acme of administrative ideals. 

We are grateful to the members of our Evangelical and Reformed Church 
for the splendid support they have rendered our Home. Bethany needs and 
appreciates the prayers and goodwill of our many friends* 

In your dally walk, enlist a new friend for Bethany, 


Wangerin Organ 
Company 

Builders of Fine Pipe Organs 


2213-2223 N. THIRTIETH ST. 
MILWAUKEE 8, WISCONSIN 


PULPIT CHOIR 

GOWNS 

Confirmation Robes 
Far a meats 

Pine materials, beau- 
tiful work* pleasing¬ 
ly low prices. State 
your needs. Catalog 
and samples on re¬ 
quest, 

DeMoulin Bros. & Co, 

1129 S, 4th St. t Greenville, Ill* 

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The President of the Student Council is 
reading Matthew VI, "The Cedar Crest 
Chapter/' 

DALE H, MOORE, D.Th., President 


CEDAR CREST COLLEGE 

ALLENTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 

4- Year Accredited Liberal Artflf 

College 

Founded in 1867 in Zion's Re¬ 
formed Church, Allentown, 
where the Philadelphia Liberty 
Bell was hidden during a year 
of the Revolution. 

Located 2 miles from the center 
of Allentown, a city of 100,000, | 
hourly fast trolley service to | 
Philadelphia. Student body 350; 
Faculty 38“ Campus 104 acres; | 
New dormitories, 

COURSES 
Liberal Arts 

(Includes Science, Social Work) 
Teacher Preparation 
Business Education 
Pre-Medical Course 

5- Year Cooperative Nursing 
Medical Technology (One year 

in a laboratory) 

Music and Dramatic Art 

Write for Catalogue 

-—:- 1 



EDEN HOME FOR 
THE AGED 

EVANGELICAL AND 
REFORMED CHURCH 

Route If Box 98 
San Antonio, Texas 
Rev. Rein hold Macchtle 

Superintendent 
The only Evangelical and 
Reformed Institution in the 
largest state In the Union 
situated on Highway 16 
near the city where the 
sunshine spends the winter. 



Ev* Deaconess Hospital 

In the Heart of Illinois 
At Lincoln, Illinois. 

In the ministry of healing since 
1904. Affiliated with the Ev. & 
Reformed Church. Operated by 
the Evangelical Deaconess Society 
of Lincoln, Illinois. Fully ac¬ 
credited. Nurses’ Training School 
in conjunction with Lincoln Col¬ 
lege and Lincoln Bible School. 
Donations for improvements will 
be appreciated. 

Rev. John H. Schultz, 

Superintendent 

Sr. Adele Hosto, Sister Superior 




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Unexcelled 

TONAL 

BEAUTY 

The skilled hands of Moller 
craftsmen build for beauty* In 
wood, metal, and leather they 
fashion instruments eminently 
worthy of the world's finest 
music 

Artists of the console find in 
Moller organs the medium best 
fitted to express their ideals, 
with the ultimate in brilliance 
and responsiveness 



Member; The Associated Organ 
Builders of America 



Church Bulletins 

Every progressive 
church should use 
Winters’ De Luxe Bul¬ 
letin Boards, Digni¬ 
fied, refined, effective 
and economical* Over 
10*000 m USE. They 
attendance, 
and collec- 
enthusiastic 
Write today 


increase 
interest 
Thousands of 
from Pastors. 


I tions. 

| letters 

■ for illustrated Catalog L. 

II* E. Winter* Specialty Company 
Davenport, Iona 



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Franklin & Marshall College 

1787 Lancaster, Pennsylvania 1947 



Oldest college of the Evangeli¬ 
cal and Reformed Church, 
third oldest institution of 
higher e d ucati on In Pennsyl¬ 
vania, thirteenth oldest in the 
United States, founded in co¬ 
lonial times, and ever since 

Training Men for Service in 
Church — State 
Community — World 

New terms begin in February 
and September; also summer 
session. 

Theodore A* Distler, LL.IX 

President 


Hartman Halt — Freshman Dormitory 

Recently named in honor of Dr, E, M. 
Hartman, outstanding Evangelical and Re¬ 
formed layman who was for 46 years head¬ 
master of Franklin and Marshall Academy. 


For information address 

J* Shober Barr, 
Director of Admissions 

Franklin & Marshall College 
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 


Scholarship Aid Available for Deserving Students 







MAGNIFICENT HEAVY CAST BRONZE ALTARWARE 

HIGH IK QUALITY - - - LOW IK' PRICE 

The crucifix above stands 30 inches high. Other items are in proportion. 
Write our Church Goods Department for full information, including cost of 
engraved inscriptions for church societies, war veterans, or individuals who 
wish to donate altarware for commemorative purposes. 

BUY DIRECT FDR MAXIMUM ECONOMY 

THE FLOUR CITY ORNAMENTAL IRON CO. 

MINNEAPOLIS 6, MINNESOTA 

Wf also design and turnlxli vnttt broustc Memorial Tablets 


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PULPIT AND CHOIR GOWNS 

JUNIOR CHOIR VESTMENTS 

Embroidered Pulpit Hanging®, Bible Markers, 
Communion Linens, Fabrics, etc. 

CUSTOM TAILORING FOH CLERGYMEN 
Better materials and workmanship: Qt guaranteed 
"QUALITY — FAIRLY PRICED" 
Correspondence Invited 

1 8^17 Marking over one hundred gears 1 f\A H 

AOu I of service to the church Xt/^xi 

and clergy 


COX SONS & VINING, Inc 

W 131 East 23rd Street, New York 10, N.Y* 



Dorseyville Home for the Aged 


, 



(Evangelical and Reformed Church) 

ROUTE 2 

PITTSBURGH 15, PA. 
Beautiful and Quiet Surroundings 

For information write to above address 



St. Paul’s Orphans’ and Old Folks’ Home 


GREENVILLE, FENNA, 



The Old Folks' Department of our work recently purchased the building pictured 
above as the new dwelling for our aged guests. It will accommodate about 25 
guests, and is located near Greenville, Pennsylvania. Your support in this 
worthy Christian service, together with the work with children, is greatly needed 
and appreciated. St. Paul’s Homes serve Pittsburgh Synod, West New York 
Synod, and Northeast Ohio Synod. 

REV, E, ROY CORMAN, DJL, President ol the Board ol Directors 
REV, MORRIS H, COOPER, Superintendent 


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Elmhurst College 

ELMHURST, ILLINOIS 

Timothy Lehmann * D.D., LL*D. ? President 



Old Main 


Elmhurst College is located in 
a secluded and beautiful suburb; 
yet It is within forty-five minutes 
of Chicago, the hub of the great 
Mid-West, 


Elmhurst is a fully accredited 
four-year college of high stand¬ 
ards, Both the B.S, and B,A, de¬ 
grees are conferred. 

The following pre-professional 
curricula are possible: 


Christian Education 
Economics and Business 
Administration 
Mpd'rfil Technologist 
Pre-dental 
Pit-theological 
Teaching 
Fre-legal 
Pre-medical 
Pre-nursing 


There are many opportunities for self-help at Elmhurst 






PHOEBE HOME FOR AGED AND INFIRM 



Rev. F, H, Mnyer, D.ll, Snpt + 




Above is shown a pan of the 4U by eu feet living room. Hers the daily morning 
worship and the Sunday services are conducted. By use of Hammond electric 
organ* microphone and additional amplification* all the services are distinctly 
heard by the guests in the infirmary. 


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- - -* - -- 

Church Windows 

St* Joseph Art Glass Works 

803-S08 N. 2nd St*, St* .Joseph 13, Mo. 

Designers and Manufacturers 
\ of Art , Stained and 

Ecclesiastical Glass 

| Send us the sizes and shapes 
i of your windows, and we will 
submit quotations 



VERUNDEN 
PIPE ORGANS 


Are worthy of your con¬ 
sideration. Their beauti¬ 
ful tone and mechanical 
perfection prove their ex* 
eellence. Hear them! Try 
them! And be convinced. 

. VERLINDEN 
ORGAN COMPANY 
3530 West Pierce Street 

Milwaukee 4, Wisconsin 


BENSENVILLE HOME 

Formerly 

EVANGELICAL HOME FOR CHILDREN AND AGED 
4t 5! Years of Christian Welfare to Children and Aged” 

Serving the total needs of Children—providing both institutional and 
foster home care for them under the Christian leadership of a capable 
and sympathetic staff. Our two-fold program includes also Christian 
care of the Church-related Aged. 

The Home is licensed by the State, and the program indorsed by 
authorities in the field of Social Welfare. 

Because of the love and loyalty churches and friends have shown* we 
have successfully completed 51 years of Christian Service. The past is 
but a challenge to a still greater' future. Bequests* legacies, memorials 
and special gifts can enrich otherwise unfortunate lives. Remember de¬ 
parted loved ones by remembering the little ones and the aged at 
Bensenville. 

THE REV, A. J. MUNSTER MAN, Superintendent 
Mrs- Mary Louise Mitchell, Director of Social Service & Admissions 
Box 333, Bensenville, Illinois Phone: 192 



Established 1891 

CHURCH PEWS 

CHURCH FURNITURE 
ECCLESIASTICAL WOODWORK 


Send for Catalogue 

CARONDELET MANUFACTURING CO. 

5816 S. Broadway ST. LOUIS 11, MO. 


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The 

Evangelical Deaconess Hospital 


6150 OAKLAND AVENUE, ST. LOUIS 10, MISSOURI 


“In the Service of the Healing Ministry since 1889” 


One of the finer hospitals in St. Louis, fully approved, 
operated by the Evangelical Deaconess Society of St. Louis. 
Classes admitted in September and February, open to Dea¬ 
coness and Lay students with certificates from accredited 
high schools. Because of limited enrollment, applications 
should be made early. By choosing the nursing profession, 
you serve your country, minister to humanity and find a 
worthy purpose for life. 

THE ADMINISTRATION 

Rev. Paul R. Zwilling, Superintendent 
SR. Olivia DRUSCH, R.N., Sister Superior 

Sr. Hilda Muensterman, R.N. 

Director of Deaconess Nursing School 







r- 

Ring Church Bells the easy 
VERDIN "PUSH-BUTTON” WAY 

It's the modern practical way adopted by hundreds of churches. 
A great convenience that saves time and steps. Pastors in 
every part of U S. recommend VERDIN, for accuracy, depend* 
ability and trouble-free service. Some churches have had 
VERDIN ringers in operation for more than twenty years. 

Electric keyboard control for playing chimes. Your present bells 
can be used. The cost is reasonable. Write for free catalog. 

THE l T. VERDIN MACHINE COMPANY 
542 Dandridge St. Cincinnati 10, Ohio 



PULL TOME 
AMO 
VOLUME 


TOWER CLOCK SERVICE 
010 CLOCKS 
MODERNIZED REPAIRED 




The Fort Wayne 
Children's Home 
of the 

Evangelical and 
Reformed Church 
R* D. 9 

Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Mr. and Mrs. R, B. 

* 

Sundekmaet 

Sup't and Matron 


Our aim; A HOME, NOT AN INSTITUTION, where otherwise homeless 
children may grow up into fine Christian men and women, ready to take their 
places In the world. 

New living quarters for our boys and girls have become an absolute necessity. 
Our present buildings are very old, and dangerous for housing children because 
of the fire hazard. If even one of these innocent children was killed or Injured 
by fire, we would have only ourselves to blame. We must act BEFORE disaster 
strikes. You will want to help with this worthy project. The Lord will bless you 
for It. There is nothing finer than to establish a living memorial; a memorial 
that will live on in the life of a child developing into a man or woman. Be the 
gift large or small. It will be appreciated. Make checks payable to THE FORT 
WAYNE CHILDREN'S HOME. 


64 years 

188a 1947 


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SCHANTZ 

PIPE ORGANS 

Consult us when planning 
your new organ or the re¬ 
building of the present one* 


SCHANTZ ORGAN COMPANY 

Established 1873 

OrrvlUe, Ohio 

* 

Member, Associated Orgran builders 
of America 


39 


Years of 
Service 


♦ 


For 

Needy 

Children 



Nazareth 
Orphan Home 

Route 2, Rockwell, N, C. 


An Institution of 

The Southern Synod of 
the Evangelical and 
Reformed Church 

Thos. L. Moose, Supi. 



ST. LO UIS 

BELL 

FOUNDRY 

STUCKSTEDE A 
DftQ., Props. 


Fines* grade of Bells for 
Churches and Schools, of 
best quality copper and tin 


2735-37 Lyon St., St. Louis, Mo* 


Catalog and Prices Free 




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“Ttt write those Names • * p Golden forever - ■ - 
To Dare the Generations * . * Out on the Winds of Time , 
Shining and Streaming 



Let CARILLOMIC BELLS 


ILLUMINATE HONORED SERVICE NAMES ON A 
MANUSCRIPT OF MUSIC FOR ALL TO HEAR 



In every city, town and village, 
there are names newly wreathed 
with honor and heroism. 

Let those names be heard in your 
community, let them be remem¬ 
bered as days turn into years, 
through the noble, glowing tones 
of Carillonic Bells. Ringing in re¬ 
membrance, C aril Ionic Bells speak, 
as no other tribute can—raise in 
cresting vraves of music an abiding 
message of faith and commemora¬ 
tion, 

Schulmerich Carillonic Bells are 
the proudest and finest choice for 


such a purpose. Their richness of 
tone, their clear modulations are 
unequalled—the supreme results of 
more than two decades of electronic 
engineering and research. Their 
construction is compact, they are 
convenient to install, requiring no 
additional structure—moderate in 
cost. 

If you would like to commemo¬ 
rate with Carillonic Bells those be¬ 
loved in your community, we shall 
be glad to send a brochure giving 
complete details. Please address 
Dept. YER. 



ofc/tu/mevic/t 


ELECTRONICS, INC. 

SELLERSVILLE, PA. 

Carillonic Bells • Tower Music Systems • Acoustic Correction Units 
Sound Distribution Systems * Church Hearing Aids 


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MUTUAL FIRE & STORM 
INSURANCE COMPANY 


308 No. Third Street 


Burlington., Iowa 



During the month of No¬ 
vember 1945 the Members of 
our Company held a meet¬ 
ing in the Home Office and 
in that meeting changed our 
Association to a Company. 
Since that day our company 


has become NONASSESSABLE. This company was organized 60 years 
ago to serve Evangelical & Reformed folks. It has faithfully performed 
this duty during that time. 

The Company writes insurance on Churches, Hospitals, Orphanages, 
Seminaries, Colleges, Pastors' Household Goods and Personal Effects; 
also the Household Goods and Personal Effects of Pastors' Widows, 
Missionaries, Commissioned Lay-Workers and the Members of the 
Congregations. 

Insurance carried in our Company has many advantages. All of our 
policies run for a term of five years on an annual premium basis. This 
plan not only makes it easier to pay the premiums, hut has other ad¬ 
vantages as well. No carrying charge on our policies. 

The Pastors' Household Goods and Personal Effects are always in¬ 
sured, except while in transit. Items of clothing, books, furniture and 
such items as a pastor may have in the church office are automatically 
insured without a specific endorsement on the policy. 

Our Company writes Eire, Windstorm and Hail insurance. Where we 
have the assurance that all policies covering the same isk have the 
Extended Coverage Endorsement attached and the assured carries 
equal amounts of Fire and Storm insurance we will be glad to attach 
the Extended Coverage Clause to onr policy. This Endorsement gives 
protection for additional hazards which the ordinary fire and wind¬ 
storm policy does not provide. 

The Company now operates under a Perpetual Charter. 

All inquiries will be cheerfully answered. 

All policy holders should take a careful Inventory of their holdings 
and then investigate their Insurance so that it can be brought into line 
with present values of buildings and contents. 


MUTUAL FIRE & STORM INSURANCE COMPANY 


308 No. Third St. 
BURLINGTON, IOWA